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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 22, 1885, Boston, Massachusetts                                ItWill pay the subtoribtlrt of THE GLOBE to read our WANT COLUMNS And also to advertise their wants In the DAILY and SUNDAY Professional all who want TO HIRE Should use the Want Columns of THE Q Three lines only 10 centa a WEDNESDAY JULY PRICE TWO General Grants The Doctors and the Family Forced to Abandon AU Newmans Prayer by the The Old Fighter Clasps His Hands And Patiently Awaits the Last The Presidents Proposed Visit and the Fund in MOUNT July came near being a deathbed scene at the Drexel which General Grant to night at 9 Douglas sent word that tho general was sinking and was in danger of dying at almost any but at 10 it was reported that tho general was and he continued to improve so rapidly that by 11 the Douglas was much quieter and tho symptoms much more favorable than at any time during tho afternoon or General Grant was greatly exhausted by tho jolting ride in his chair and it was believed oavly today that the eight hours of good Bleepobtained by him last night had restored a portiou of the energy lost by him during tho His pulse had scarcely the volume it had at 11 oclock last and as the day wore on the doctor thought ho detected evi dences of a feverish condition of the Toward noon there grew in the physicians mind a conviction that the dozing quietude of his patient was more that of extreme and growing lassitude than of restful At 1 oclock there was a slight change in which was marked by increased and less cognizance was going on about gett era told the physician that Xlccllnetl Alcoholic becausehe1 believed they served only to heat his system without impartingstrBngth He expressed himself as feeling that he could endure his condi tion of weakness but a short time and then requested the physician to administer a hyperdermio injection of mor Douglas was not much inblinei to grant this because he believet ttlat sleep and rest by arti llcial means would too rapidly thi vitality of the Besides this i lethargic tendency was developing in the which also influenced the dooto against giving moro than Douglas preferred that hi patient should take food rather than and requested the general to eat The sick declined and insisted upon the administration o At length Douglas odtninis a portion of which Genera Grant believed to contain three minim of the As a that quantity was not but a slight portion diluted in the usual three drops o was injected into the general armi The physician left the cottag and reported his patient exceedingly weak The general was1 attacked this mornim with and this disturbing on rapidly weakening as well as significan was present all and wit great The sleep which the giving of as stated was followed by renewed hiccoughing Attempts were made to give the getiera He joined in the but th quantity retained was When the current of a goblet full of the liquid wa passing thr ough tho generals throat its own weight nutnnded the and the food passed but when th IttSt few mouthf uls wore being drainet from tlie glass the weight anc fullness of the liquid was no sufficient to distend the an they closed because the muscular power o the throat was insufficient to keep an opoi This resulted in a season of chok ingand with the ejection of a portion of the liquid nt thu close of each at tempt to administer The serious condition of the patient inn he from the fact that within fifteen or twenty minutes after on attempt toac minister nourishment to him tiie genera would suddenly look up with ft momentary expression of bewilderment and inquire o his attendant When are you going to give hour might again the sick man would glance uu a though having forgotten something he would havo and ejaculated the When are you going to give mo the food you spoke of and whoi told that he had just received hu that more would be given If de the general would agah fall into a half doze anc Never never The latter part of the day was sultry and nlmos with the thermometer register Tho general remained in hisiuon and was not dressed during the die not move except to rise when the pillowi kept constantly beneath htm to proven were beateu up and Severn fiineShe Walked Feebly to the Cot to the sick while his resting place Iras being thus aired and At oclock Douglas came to the hotel to The Grant family were thon din Newman came up tho mountain 01 the tram arriving at He joine the geueraln family at their an there Douglas reported tho gen erals Ho said tho patient was in a critical and ho would hazan no Prediction of the not even of the night Dinner Newmai i lii u Douglas returned to tho cottage A liKht breeze had surung up with the go intrdowu of the and hope was ex pressed that tho cooling air of tho even iug might revive tho Colono Grant had been at the cottage but i little while after his return from dinner jylAIue was said to have expressed the be his father would not survive thi is an anxious crowd of watchers patuuit on the mount to 1 lears ire expressed cannot stand another falling away of trength in case such an event A telegram has been sent to summoning him to Mount McGregor t the earliest possible He will robably reach here in the ouglas says unless there is a change or the better in the generals condition he ore the it is doubtful it he can ast longer than another To assist He generals breathing ho hns onstantly fanned bv those having him m The sufferer was reported asleep t and at midnight was no THE TURNING From T to 9 Oclock 8np to Be By MOUNT July dusk to day General Grant grew very Ho was not content to keep as was he case early in the but wanted to move to his cot and to other le was not able to walk unaided nor caroely to and scorned unable to ompose himself in any place live minutes at a It was decided about 8 clock to change him to1 tho All the family assembled there with The general soon began to catch for breath and there wero plain igns that he was Fans were used but for half an hour he showed no Then his breathing be came easier and he fell That was the turning ooint of the early After it ho slept and awoke at short The family wont to his side when he not knowing what t might He showed no signs of gain of although occasionally of repose that promised to pro ong his It was the opinion of Colonel Grant all the evening that he could not live through the Douglas said he might last twentyfour jours was sum moned early in the At on awakening0 from a short General Grant sent word to the who were sitting on the that here was no use in their sitting up any The family asked Douglas what he He would give them no All except Colonel Grant concluded to Rev New who then left the said that from 7 until 9 oclock nil indications wero that the general waf Prayers were the general clasping his hands while thu family knelt around said tlmtneither Grant nor he could believe tho general was dying even while he sank be fore their He thinks the night will pass A constant of is kept on tho and all expect to be summoned if there is any sign of May Live the Day MOUNT July Everything remains quiet at the cottage Douglas thinks the general will live through GUAXTS Golnc on for Iteln Said to be Tired ot the NEW July was learned this morning on good authority that arrange incuts wero making to reinvest the 000 trust fund raised for General o that portion of it which was investec in the lirst mortgage bonds of the Wabash It wns said that this re investment of the fund would be made on the 1st of because the trustees o the Morgan estate desired to bo free from the responsibility attached to When th funds were invested in the Wabash bonds Governor Morgan gayo a personal guaran tee for the payment of the principa and A reporter today talkee with a who has been fully afiaJj4Mted all the transac ever since thefund was investei hi these bondsunder Governor Morgan personal and asked him how thi money would be His reply was I cannot 1C is not yet certain that th funds will be ques tion now under anc will be definitely decided some time within the next two It is not true that al the amount raised for General is invested in Wabash lirst mortgag I do not care to say what proper tiou of this amount was so II th trustees of the Morgan estate desire to turn over the amount of money for which Gov ernor Morgan made himself responsible and accept these that fact will b made known in a short Jnnecessary to Repeal the Coinage People Should be Allowed to Take Such Money as They The Presidents July Cleve landwill eo to Mount McGregor on his wa to the Adirondaoks to visit General Grant The Utter has signified that it will be great pleasure to him if the President wil do Buildings Burned at Bellows BELLOWS July 8 an 9 oclock this evening the oil store of Wi son situated near the passenge was found to be on and befor the tire department reached it the flame had made such headway that it was impos sible to save either the store or Goulds livery a few feet nortl will bo as the only had a small amount of oil on ham and the building is a temporary Goul saved all his live but lost 100 bushel of winter etc all covered by Total loss frcm to An Old Bachelors AmericuB Monday night an old bachelor hitched hi horse and buggy at the gate of a most capt vating young lady and spent an hour o two in the heaven of ner Ho wa so wrapped up in ecstasy that on leavin for his home he forgot his horse and bugg and trudged home on If he had beei an old widower ho would have taken thing turned tho horse loose and hitche himself on to the post in order that h might be near his Lightning Strikes at July During th severe tempest which prevailed here thi the house belonging to Mrs Jolm Parsons was struck by lightning which damaged the building to considerable From the of tho electric fluid Parsons was mnd burned on one side and arm Her shoe was completelytorn from ono o her Her little daughter receivnd mor serious injuries than but it is though that both will Ingeraoll there for NEW July Don ohn heard argument of counsel Interested in th telegraph muddle today for a stay of pro ceedings until Judge Shipraan could decid upon the questions now before Hob ert Ingersoll appeared as counsel fo Edward who is a heavy holder o the bonds of the reorganized company Judge Douohue reserved his Searching for July several hun dred patrolmen aro making a house t house search for Lillio a child 18 mouths who was stolen from her home at 82 Wesson street two weeks First i was supposed that a band of uypsios hai committed the but that theory is ox Clung There for Their July catboat Evelyn While out mackerel lishliig this afternoon got caught in the storm and was capsized sinking in about fifteen feet of The party on throo m clung u tlie mast until rescued by another Natural COB m July workmei wore boring an artesian well today at Hoft helms natural gas was struck which the firm estimates Will save Si BOO a month In There is excitement lien over tho Took an Illegal Pension In the United States Circuit Court Major Jonas Capolle of Cambridge for takmson illegal pension was imot lioo and OHN SflERMAS ON ho Retirement of Small Bills the Extreme of July John Sherman arrived here last Slier nan thinks that the next Congress will be equired to act upon several questions of ho highest importance to tho financial and ndustrial interests of the As a noinber of the Senate tho ablest debater upon economic sub ects on the Republican side of the cham his views are worth Senator Sherman was asked by TUB JLOUH correspondent today what he thought of the financial condition of the government and the danger of gold obtain a premium owing to tho continued coinage of standard silver situation is very was the senators and it will require the nicest management on Die part of Secretary Man ung to nvoid I do not concur in policy regarding the silver according to newspaper reports of Treasurer Jordans recent conference with Sew York the department hag seen lit to At tho siune time I am not at liberty to say in my tho administration should I have no doubt Manning is acting according to his best lights and for what lie thinks is to tho interest of tho It would not bo proper for under tho to criticise and no po litical consideration could tempt me to do Next winter those subjects will como before and then I presume I will have an opportunity to say something about Do you think tho danger of gold attain ing a premium and tho business of the country dropping to an exclusively silver basis so imminent as has been repre sented That depends entirely upon the way in which tho finances are was the I have grave doubts whether Congress will consent immediately to a suspension of tho silver It is that Congress may agree on a measure that will render tho repeal of tho coinage act If the silver dollar could be made of the value 9f a gold dollar there would be no necessity for repealing the present I am iu favor of increasing the weight of tho silver dollar from 412 Vj grains to 448 It would then circulate on a so far as actual value is with and silver certificates would bo of tlie same value aa gold I have no reason to believe that tho supply of gold ia and 1 do iiot fear thnt with a just increase iu tho woitrht o tho silver We would in the futiiro again be obliged to increase tho weight of the sivor Wo buy silver at its bullion and attempt to keep U in circulation on a par with Now the bcvuk of France takes tiio surplus silver that comes into that country at its bullion value and sells it to the best buyers as Tho bank of France is an actual competitor withour miners of silver iu tales of bullion for coin ago into standard The law requires that we shall buy silver at tho low est market regardless of who may bo the If the weight of our silver dollars should be increased it would create an additional demand for the the and its price would be We may be required to go through the slough of despondency for a year or two be fore any anal settlement ol this question is but in tho end I believe tho value of tho silver dollar will be made equal to that of jthe gold do you think of the propositior to retire the one and two hills circulation and substitute silver therefor asked tho I think it the very worst thing thai could bo Any effort to force silver upon an unwilling public is Every sagacious banker will instruct his paying teller to ask customers presenting checks 01 drafts in what stylo and duuouiination o money they wish them In tlie olc time it was the policy the government to pay all public creditors in the money they If n man is forced against his will to take depreciated silver dollars you may be sure he will lose no time in getting of and the inevitable result will be they will find their way back into the The policy of the treasury should be to give people having demands upon it tho stylo of money they Torefuse this causes discon and in the long run the effect is to in crease the prejudice against There are many people who seem to think it wil be good thing if silver becomes the exclusive coin money of the Uuitoi The silver dollar being intrinsically worth leas than gold they imagine they can pay their debts with them to greater Never wns there moro fallacious If gold once attains a premium of one per it wil surely attain a premium thnt represents the actual difference in value between the silyor and gold or about fifteen por Whatever is bought must be paic for on tho basis of the gold am for that sold the price received will be on tho silver Do you think the secretary of the treas ury has authority of law to sell bonds ti tho gold reserve asked tin correspondent I decline to answer that said the There are many points in the and I ilo not care now t say what I think about The senator again refused to say wha moans he thought could ho employed to relieve the treasury of it temporary embarrassment caused by thi silver Couldnt Carry Off the July was a big scare in tho Treasury Department yestor over a supposed bond Wliil tho women wore cleaning up the offices ono of them found iu tho ollie of tho deputy comptroller of the currency a package of registered United State The label called for five 8100C but only four were in the package After a long search the missing SlOOi bond was found in the wast paper all crumpled u Thero wero some packages of bonds sent to tho deputy oliice during tho and ono package wa put on top of tho sivlo instead of I IK supposed that Koine ono seeing then there extracted but on finding it ini possible to away with threw it iu with the waste In Oases of July Poster has forwarded to tho State Department a report prepared by La a member of tho board of Spanish for some have been engaged in tho study of tho treatment and prevention of La Granju in his report antagonizes tho position recently taken by other Spanish who maintain that inoculation is an effective preventive of cholera and uasoits that inoculation ugainst cholera in liurely nnd that tho results thus far attained cannot reasonably bo claimed to prove its ellicaoy as a cholera What Jordan NEW July special to the Telegram from Washington says Treasurer Jordan said today that tho treasury balance shows such an increase in the cold re serve that he did not think it posalblo thero was any danger of gold going to a He states thnt the balanvo would probably satisfy those who woro hoarding gold that thero is no prospect of any urofft out of that More July following fourth olass postmasters for New Enirland wero appointed tho largo number for tho Green Mountain State being probably tho result of the rooont visit of Smiley Honry vice Caledonia Fred vioo 1joyt Wash Orlo vioo vico Hall Bennington county vice Doming East enninKton John vico tepnen Grant Lamoille Vnthan vice Austin Addison Ira vice Darwin Ben ett East Franklin loraco vice Pomoroy Orleans Irwm ice William Curtis Addi on William vico Mmick Kutland M vico Hyde North Hyde jamoillo vico Imds Rutland Wil jam vico Townsond Cut samo vico Curtis and Hyde all the rest wore 13 IT THE AN W UAL RAID of Burglarlci Iu FltUflttld Similar to Thane of u Year July town was vis ted last night by a band of burglars who vcro quite systematic in their hough they did uot succeed in carrying ivway much Besides the houses of Gilbert Parson Adams and Hiss tha robbers effected au entrance into tho residence of Edward on Broad Thd house is a argo and was supposed to bo burglar having electric on the doors ind windows and under the spite of these and be fact that two dogs slept iu ho mam the marauders entered Loarncd3 sleepingroom and took SUtj from his vest pocket and his silver dog whistle oil his key Tho family silver was securo in n largo salo and thcrc oro This burglary loads the police to think the work that ot and a sharp lookout is being The burglars also tried to enter tho muses of Leo on South street and Kornoclian on Wondall ave but wore scared away in both MORMONS IN MASS Statement of Qriuvuticea iintl a Pctl tlon to Ue Suut PrCHlleuc SALT July only arrest for unlawful cohabitation today was Thomas a poor and his polygamous wife is his own It cauio out in the examination that she had borno ten children in ten all of whom wore Percher was held for A special brings particulars ofa mass meeting held by the Mormons of to remonstrate against the test oath by tho This law prohibits any person from holding or serving as a who belongs to an organization that teaches or practices polygamy as a religious institu Bear Lake of which Paris is the Is peopled almost exclusively by there not being enough Gentiles to fill the A recent attempt to got grand and trial juries and us a con sequence court cannot bo At tho mass meeting resolutions wore adoptod thnt only one person In thirty is a polygamist yet oath disfranchises between OUO and people in Idaho nml has produced A statement of ances and a petition will be sent to Pres ident THE MIKADO Koueiifcltl Out of Pcr fornmucti In New July production o The Mikado by Sydney Kosonfeld at tho Union Square Theatre last in dotl an co of Judge Wheelers in unction promises to result disastrously to thoai interested in tho No tickets wero on sale at the boxottico today for this and it seemed doubtfu if a performance would be given Rosenfeld has skipped out of towi to punishment for of his whereabouts woro a ninttei of mystery even to his own Howe who acted for Kosonfield in the suit brought to restrain the performance this aftornooU notified him that inconsc auence of the trickery resorted to by him in producing Mikado in violation o undgo Wheelers and contrary to their they withdrew from thi case and decline to net further for As for the performance given last night the circumstances of tho case proventec anything like careful or deliberate prepa mo music was plainly adaptoi from the piano and was therefore only a faint reflection of tho music as origi naljy written by Gilberts dia logue will be heartily enjoyed when prop erly THE FAMOUS TWENTYSEVENTH A Reunion ut ana a Keiolutlouto General July sixth au nual reunion of the famous Twentysev enth Regiment New York Volunteers an First Veteran Cavalry combined was hek here Two hundred veteran The two regiments wer recruited here twentyfour year and both contained many men who have since become prominent in Of the numbor who were hew today were Judge Maioi General Slocum of New Major Wan zer of Major Guion of Seneca Major Harmon of Horimlls Congressmaneject Baker Captain Kayer aim Captain Acliilluii o Rochester Captain William Wliito and LioutenantColonel president of the of New York City Adjutant UeiikriUliouera of General bilocum s stiii of and Lieutenant Rogers o York A biuiquot was held at tho Rathbiirn when fiucsiclies wore mado by Judge Ooneral Maior Flood um The reunion next your will be hold at July Tho lollpwlni otlicers woro elected iVIajn George Wauzorot Rochester secrotiiri Captain Achilles of Rochester Samuel Paim of Klmiru Frnnk Tho following resolution was adopted an forwarded to Gonural Grant To Goncrur Mount McGregor Greeting Wo cumu to you In ynur furuit mum tuhi mmid with our heurlfult itJuil would wu coiiui to yuur nld us ut uld unil wit uhot and bhull dldloilKu thu enemy 3 strongly entrancliiiil in your liu wo liun only pray tliut you may triumph untlv pasg through your proynnt tioultict Ulimu uti Him wliu Gxperkiiccd every luuimii tin tlmt iu luily cou1Ultimi you niny bo nrtjiiired t rooolvu tlieurtlar of tlie Supremo Cuinmiiudor either ior Ufu or The citizens gave n warm welcome to tn and tho contributions ol Howur woro many mid A Veteran Horsemnn July Josh Sow a familiar and wellknown for tho past fifteen or twenty dio about 7 oclock yesterday morninpat liisox tensive farm on Lowell after a lintroi ing illness of several months H was about the last survivor ol tho oldtlnii truck drivers of tho days ofDun will whom he was upon tho most friendly term of Ho formerly owned and kou tho stable on Isnid now occupied by tin Parker on School am sold the property to Harvey Parker fo hotel since which time he has lived in lygtoii Holdou Goutd Holdou same Lewis vice Andrewtts vico ward vt Windsoi c Stuite dsoi Vi Caledonian vico toinollla r Lewis Hartlan iiwor vice Ohlitfsudw Cut His Throat for NKW July Murphy aged of Fourth was prob ably fatally wounded by his brotlierinlav this morning during a the out growth of a demand by Murphy fo ait explanation from Dunphy as t why the latter boat his Murphys wife tho evening previous lit her mother One Hundred and street ami Fourth Murphy diet shortly after being carried to the statioi house this Dunphy was urrosted Senator on Cleveland July a today hud tho honor of ontortaining Sonato Uarnum of Tun iuniEcoi respondent saw him at tho Nurragunse House this morning and had a chat ubou public Spunking of tho course o the Senator Barnum said I think Cleveland is doing bti there will bemoro good done in the future Ho In shaping bin course to tho natiufaotioi of every consistent but ho cannot d everything at Senator Barnum lei at U oclock for Forming a New Whiskey July Western Expor Association held a meeting today to con aider thu formation of a now whiskey pool aa the present ono expires September The distilleries will ba run without rogari to and the product will bo ased1 b CLEVELANDS Indiana Mugwumps Urging the President o His Postmaster Joues of An Offensive but the VicePresidents July The Indiana nugwiimps nro out iu war Lucius representing tho Indiana mugwumps lias just from Wash ngtoii nttor seeing the ind insisted upon the removal of Postmaster a recent appointee ot tho lew Swift says Wo navo now discovered hero in Indianap olis post otlico what soeius to have a luiet but determined attempt to nullify the civil service Even Hen dricks never proposed to remove but one lalt of tho government but tho postmaster when turned out all porsons not under the civil service requirements with a single Ho dismissed four women circumstances that made it the meanest nolitical outrage over com mitted in Ho dismissed every man from the classified service for no reason ex owt that they wore and ho iiad promised their places to I liad this from Jones Ho also ex pressed an intention to dismiss all but a few Republicans in his employ to make room for He also declared his intention Not to Appoint Any no matter how high an examination he may have There was no course left us but to appeal to tho I went to Washlneton and laid before President Cleveland a petition sotting forth these facts ami asking for tho removal of Post master Joneson the ground of offensive par tisanship for repeated violations ot the civil service law in spirit and and for an express determination to eon tiuue in those The President gave mo a special He took my petition and went over it in detail in a judicial I felt myself in tho presence of a udeo ami not of a Ho hoard with great patience what I had to if was reached impression I gathered was that the President will enforce tho civil service and every other law without regard to Iho only question in this vast is whether tho allegations sot up in tho petition are if Postmaster Jouus makes a wo offer to prove the If wo prove it will lie the Presidents duty to remove and us ho is a man who does his It is opinion that will be re Jones undoubtedly fools him sulf as 1m is generally regarded astho and tho Vico Presidonts views arc well It is my belief Unit it will ho a disappointing mis take to any one thorn who may take it into liis hoiul that lie is A llitfiter IMtnn Tlum the and this remark will apply to all of It is another mistake to suppose that tho President is physically breaking Ho Js equal to tho and to tho great pressure upon After tho campaign talk 1 was anxious to soo sort of a looking man ho His face had no Ho has tho calm and stuaily demeanor of iv coupled with groat kindliness of His demand for facts is almost in 1 folt that I was talking to a really groat As an instance ol themotives governing tho President I was representing to him that in any struggle occurringbetween any set of persons as to whether tho spoils sys torn should continue or be broken down there could bo but 0110 Ho interrupted mo and said That has nothing to do with The only way to do is to tine out what Is riffht and then do it without any regard to tho Swift returns with tho conviction that Cleveland is a civil service re former and that tho Independents were nol If Jones should be removed it will occasion a political earthquake in Boston Mike Pound Dead in the July a was found dead in the swamp at a late hour last Tho swamp is a sec tion of tho city where negroes am low whites Tho deceaseds real name was Michael anr he carne from Boston about two years Ho was a rather handsome with full face and red moustache and about 30 years It is said thai lie lias respectable and wolltodo connec tions in and that he was banishec from homo on account of his dissiputei A half hour holore his corpse WIIH Miko was singing a song in hit inorriuHt mood to a larso party of swampers with whom ho was a great Hear disease caused las Tlio body will ho kept a couplo of days to afford his Bostoi friends a clianco of White Slavery in July peculiar case of white shivery came to light huro Twentythree years apo a French Canadian Narcisso soul his for life to Joseph a who agreed to feed and clothe him and to leave him his fortune after Thr white slave has led n hard life Im twentythroe for three years ol tho time having been hired out to an other his master pocketing his nay Now wliu hs become an old man has turned him out of doors penniless mill ruliisus to his Tho nun Is broken down in hut has liiiun In duced to bring action for SiiOOO damages against Wants Prisoners Punished commit tee on the State prison mot this aftornooi to consider the legality of tho use of tho slido us n method of punishment in tin Stato Walter ttibson appeared am asked that in addition to the pnnishmcittof solitary confinement there bo added eon ihicuioiit in a straight coiitliioiiion in Hlmcklrs and by diminution ol tobacco and other dlminutioi of hv diminution oommunlen tiun by speech or and by dimiuu tiou of Three Killed by July frightful explosion occurred on the lino o the South Pennsylvania noai Sheepskin Hollow about half a milo south of Fort aCh lato hour last One Hungarian jmd two Italians names unknown Were instantly killtd Foreman Martin and an unknown negro were probably fatally Thonocident is said to have occurred through tho negli gence of workmen in prupuring a An Old Bank and a New NBW July stockholders of tho Union National Bunk at a mooting today adopted a resolution in favor liquidating tho affairs of the institution Subsequently a fow sliaroliuldoin hold a mooting and appointed a committee to Issue a circular to all shareholders upon tho advisability ot organizing a now It is proposed that tho now bank succeed to the business of tho Union Bank and huvo a capital of ut least One Hundred and Two Degrees at July weather today was the hottest of the Al though a slight breizo tho heut was exceedingly At a the mercury registered in the Foui cases ol prostration by heat nro reported ouo of which will piovo Fractured by a Falling July a workman employed on tho building now Ii process of erection hv tho Plymouth Cord ago had hh ukull fractured this afternoon by a brick that fell from the now 120 Murdered by Mulatto Stafford July excitement has boon caused here bv Uia on of two ioys named 11 10 Tho Doddard in com nny with a number of mulatto went A quarrel which resulted 11 the throwing overboard of tho Dod Thoir bodies were washed ashoto Todav arrests have men Lynching Is stronttly urnod by fiends of tho white Tho older Doa ard had his nock SIX LADIES And All Itocuca from Drowning br JTllrctt AuitlHqimni July sailboat con under tho euro of Cap ain Ebon wns capsized this after noon durinc n sudden siiunll n Aniiliqiiani Tho party consisted of tho James Motion and Louise and Samuel f and all of Cambrldgu They were out for and when he ween Anhisquam bar and tho list after a a sudden squall which listed but a short time tho joat and precipitated tho whole party into he Tho boat was Tho ladies worn in a serious predicament and it looked is if some of them would Hut assist inco mine from tho shore as speedily us tho accident was George wns the lirst to roach Uie sceno of tho mis iap with a Ho was followed by Pay son Lowell and Qeoriro DoonanI with and tho eiitiro party were talccu froin their perilous jiositions in nn exhausted They were taken ashore and medical aid rendered by A MONSTER A Gtiunou IVhuflo Itrutiflitlilvii Cannot Bo Withstood by AnythlilB NEW July roughlyhewn trunnions in tho centre ot Ribbon Marchs shops in Jersey there rested tho most powerful in the Tho mon ster was cast for the Now York Pneumatic Dynamite Uun nml if expecta tions aro realized nothing alloat can with stand one of its torribio Tho bar rel is sixty foot breech and weighs fortythroe It has a full bore of eicht and was cast in four The barrel is bn od to eight air Brass co set tho reservoirs to tho barrel and the unit ot air necessary to throw out the projectile is regulated auto Tho cartridge is livo foot long and is of In an iron cone at tho head of tho 180 pounds of dynamito are covered with a slight cup thin metal which is easily broken exploding tho Whenever it strikes a lovor opens and instantly tho cartridge Is thrown Snmoient air to liro six projectiles is stored in tho As soon as the car riage is completed and tho gun mounted it will be taken to Fort whore the tests will bo made under tho supervision of a commission of naval men appointed by tho government to report tho ronult of tho Tho company oxpoot to sell the sun to Secretary Whit Six Men Steadily Looking After His Backed for Twenty Years by Navy De partment BEFORE Jlcnvy of Kobe Three ThonMtml Killed and July despatch from Cairo states that a largo body ol rebels a few nights ago miulo a vigorous attack on Kas and attempted to toko it by Thoy attacked tho uluco at thruo but the garrison poured in to their columns a destructive and succeeded in ronolliiig thorn at every The garrison then sallied forth and pressed tho retreating enemy so closely that they Hod leaving behind thorn 2000 oxen and 700 rilles and a largo quantity of Tho rebels lost fully ilOOO in killed and Tho casualties to tho garrison were A Repentant July tho notorious French atheistic has becotno dis gustod with his antireligious principles and comes out with a violent attack on Uo publicans of all shades of Ho states who form tho Republican brother and stigmatizes its profession of nriiv ciples as u hollow JIo 1ms formally re canted all tho arguments and statements which he has made in his and has ottered a penitent apology to tho Komai Catholics and entered tho convent of tho Rejected Minister July difference be twoeu America and Austria will probably soon be lirst secretary ol will act as minister until a sue cessor to Koiloy in the draw tho salary as a com riciisalion for his KxMinistei Francis returns to America upon the urriva of the iMnperor at Olivier Pain Reported Alive at Berber July Tho Bosphoro Egyptiai publishes a letter from an engineer naniet who has just escaped from IJorbe declaring that Olivier tho ollegoi French advisor of El and it was recently had beon killed by Arabs for a reward oiloreu for his head by British is not butalivo am well at Cannibals of July from tho Wesi African coast state that an army of tho King of Dahomoy recently nuulo an unox pectad descent on several coast villages peopled by French and massacred women and One thousand of tho settlers wero tnkon pris oners and put to roasted and Striking German July strike of tho masons is almost a majority of tho men having resumed Tho masters woro obliged to concede tho terms tie Ono of tho numerous brawls with nonstrikers resulted in tho death of a mem ber of tho workmens Bank or Irelands Conditional July is announced that tho Bank of Ireland will advance to the Minister Bank provided tho MunstovBank collects thirty Shillings pel share from its stockholders and the doposi tors abstain from drawing their deposits for six Tho Russians at July Russian garrlsor at Askabad has buon increased to DOOO and tho supply of provisions and mu nitions of war is Tho Russians aro rapidly disarming the Turcomans in tho truuBCasnlun Hohenlohe and His July Hohenlohe has been Appointed governor of AlsacoLor General at preson ambassador to will succeed Prince Hohanlohe as ambassador to Russias Treasury Must be July deoroo hn been Issued that foreigners in Russia longer than a fortnigh shall bo subject to taxation iu amounts ranging from 100 to 200 Thirteen Drowned Off July English ironcliu Hecla collided with itnd sunk n sniiil steamer oil Cornwall Thirteen per sous Wero Cable It is announced Unit the Emperors o Austria anil Germany will meet at Uustoiu on August Tho uhootlng contest for the prize at Wimbledon yosttmlay was woi by Sergeant Sergeant Ilulwer making the next highest Abbreviated Professor Adams lias formally accepted the presidency of Cornell Tho Toledo Voles who woro liulhtod fo various offences growing out of tho lato rio will not bo tried until tho October term ol Among the passengers for Europe by iu stuamcr KldiT today aro Josepi tlio caricaturist of and lion ExSecretary Chandler Isnt Saying a Jnly Washington orreapondont of tho Times says John touchs failure will not work exactly as ho lesircd and supposed it IIo will bo not only to complete tho Dol ihin but all tho other vessels as oven if tho government has to sell ono of his work Thoro is 10 escape from John Roacli has had control of tho Navy Department for twenty When ho could not coddle people talking about protecting tho American workman and stuff of that ho JOiight thorn It cost iloach nearly to got tho subsidy for tho Pacific mail through the last Tho money weut to tho who put tho subsidy 011 the post olllce appropriation ind in this way forced tho llouso to agree to It was either agree to it or accept tho responsibility of on extra To avoid tho Democrats agreed to concur in tho Senate suit sidy Rouoh muro than any othor shipowner was to he tho Tho wholo ocliomo fell through when Postmaa Vilas rclusod to dividu the money up a couple of woeks Thoro is talk of drawing off the Ilicilic Mail No harm will bo done if it is with and thoio a ilozun steamers in tho of San which will gladly carry tho mail to tho Sandwich Islands and Australia for ono half tho sum now paid tho Inctliu Mall Steamship Com Roach and his men woro aciivo ill lobbying tho subsidy Mo had to pay the but will not bo able to get any of Roach had a regular lobby of six moil They hung about the Capitol night and day and found plontyof ini pocumous congressmen to take their money and to drink their It was all for the American John Iloach had only ono thing bohind and that was tho Kavy Department Thoro arc a half clozon bettor shipbuilders who do hotter work every day than ho has over turned out of his but they wore novor allowed to It is no unusual thing for him to bid to build u vessel loss than other He foro that same vessel was completed it would cost moro than oven tho highest bidder wantud for Those ring slurs aro dying but they aro dying all tho It is tlnio for a The Roach Case Discussed in July Whit ney and Endicott wero tho only absentees from tho cabinet meeting It is un derstood that tho complications likely to grow of Roachs 1ailuro woro dis cussed butowing to the absence of WoiTcljiry Whitney no decisive con elusions woio Reticent William July Chundlur is at his summer residence in Wa Ho declined today to be interviewed on tho Roach saying that it Huoko for String Boys on a July thlrts in employed iu the works upper Paellio struck this aftornooi for higlieu the mill in a body Horotoforp they have received seven aiu onohalf cents per tho Htuamcr KldiT todu tho caricaturist ol Kugono tho The President yesterday commissionoi tweutyomi amoug then Timothy of Joshua ROACHS Marsh J SHAWL BUTTONS July 22 and 190 Heavy Charcoal Tin Wash Boil with copper size 7 only Size only 1000 Boiling with revolving only 800 Enbber Edge Sink Scrapers only 24 dozen Childrens Ornamented Pat ent Table the best child1 tray only 2000 Japanned Dust FULL only 32 dozen Extra Quality Tin ONE GALLON OIL CANS with enam elled bail only these prices nro for WEDNESDAY and July 22 mid 55 Tremout CARRIAGE ROBES And Embroidered CASHMERE Prior to Stock 600 Embroidered yard long by 40 Inolios with both plain and fane cm broidery 4 inches colors dream Had never sold at leas than now quoted at 60 2 J yards 44 inchag la all with both plaia and fancy em goods that havo never sold for lew than wo now offor at LOO yards long and 46 inches in all the leading and moat desirable with pure silk formerly sold at and now offered at the uniform price ot Carriage One lot of Embroidered Momlo tho regular price of which is wo to a One lot of 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