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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - February 26, 1886, Boston, Massachusetts                                AdvortUaments wore published in Tan during the seven mouths ending THE QLOUE is the peoples I H t the circulation of THE BOSTON STJNDAT GLOBE toe month at Jtanuj FEIDAY FEBRUARY PRICE TWO Gladstone Mentions it at the Cabinet A Definite Policy De cided fflicliael toitt lo Visit Hie Southern Fart of ParnelTs Popularity in Cer tain Welsh Bismarck Seeks the Support of the Catholic beyond tbo railing and still pointing his pistol toward the Before ho could be seized ho again discharged his but tho second bullet Then ho threw a letter toward Ijoing arrested and tho pris oner declared that ho was a soldier who had been terribly nnd that he only desired to call attention to his He said ho could easily have killed Cle moncoauif ho had since ho is ono of the best shots in his but ho had no desire to hurt Ho had simply taken thlsdrnmatic method to bring himself to the notice of the government whom lie had been unable to ap proach in any other Tlie name of tho man who fired two shots at Clemenconu is Ho is a subal tern officer in nn infantry rozhnont of thn Tho letler which ho throw at Clemoncpau contains nn offer to reveal tho mimes of the betrayers of AVESTKKN COMRDCTIE A The Provisions of the Bill Soon to Be Inscriptions of the Vessels and Terms of tlio Some Lively Tilting Over Pensions in the February result of to lays cabinet meeting has nob become ofti sially but it is rumored thnt Gladstone succeeded in obtaininir general assent to a definite plan for tho Irish policy of tho including the modified land abolition of coercion and ultimate local Chamberlain alono expressed his views in opposiliou to homo It is thought 1 ikely that he will retire from the There bns been a good deal of comment in political ami club cir cles for a few days past upon tho growing influence of Morley in the It is asserted tho chief secretary for Ireland has gained complete ascendancy over wbo seems to bo fas cinated oy his new colleagues yet methods in It is not confined to the domain of tho Irish problem Gladstones action in tho Greek which has caused some surprise by its deviation from what was expected of is attributed to tho new The Tiuica refers to tho governments policy as unexpectedly vigor and this expresses the general MAVITT Tho Xjitercits of Iriih uiul JGne February Dnvitt left this afternoon for Just previous to his departure he was interviewed by a Cablo News representative to whom he said Ishall remoinin Dublin about two which I shall visit tho southern part of I am entirely satisfied tho development of the land question in and strongly impressed with tho boliel that the interests of the Irish and English producers are I could have no more convincing proof of this than is furnished by the fact between forty and fifty Eng lish among which my speeches in Wales havo had considerable have invited me to address them upon the laud question in Great Brit All attempts to raise religious issues m Wales havo failed so completely that further efforts have been abandoned and nn illustration of their ill suc cess can be found in tho facts that in certain Welsh constituencies Where that kind of tactics have been exten Orvely the electors have ex pressed a disposition to five Parueli a nomination for Parliament at the next should he to stand as a pan didojie for a Welsh The misery exist ing in Kerry has made a very deeper impression upon the people in Wales that one who has not been recently among them can and the causes which led to that lamentable otato of as well us those which prevent the immediate application of are well known and carefully considered in The property of the Earl of Kenmare and other Kerry landlords boins heavily mortgaged to English insurance the needs of the landlords aro as pressing as those of their Tht clamor of tho companies for interest lone due forces the laud lords to demand of their tenants rent which they cannot and the most mer ciless evictions followThe distress in tho Western Islands is more Tho soil that region scarcely yields sufficient supply and certainly nothing with which to pay I hnvo written Morley an urgent letter today insisting immediate action on the port of the government toward tlie relief of distress and oppression to which the people of Ireland are I am hopeful of a brighter political future providing that Gladstone vindicates Parnells con fidence in his AJiJt Oppoee TTmuccCHfully tho Granting of Aledaln to Canadian February In tho Houserfrf Commons this tho committee of supply reported favorably a resolution granting for medals to be dis tributed among the volunteers who served in the campaign nuaiust the rebellion of Louis Healy op posed the and said if Canada chose to make war upon Riol she ought to Bay for the medals given to her troops tak in that William Henry lute secretary for and Lord Randolph Churchill denounced Hoaly and praised the bravery and patriotism of theCanadian volunteers without Gladstone urged the rejection of the rnsolution on the ground that its adoption would create ill but it was passed by a vote of 209 BISMAJrtCKS He the Support of the of the Cuthollc February debate yes terday in the Prussian Diet on the educa tional bill repealed the fact that the Cleri cals have not made up their minds to act with the despite tho temptinc bait thrown out by the proposed modifica tion of the May The impression Is confirmed that Herr Windthorst has suc ceeded in convincing the that the repeal of the portions of those laws in cludodin tho uoverninents bill on tho sub ject would not materially tlio position of the Catholic clergy in regard to religious Windthorst insists upon a total abrogation of the Falk laws as a condition precodent to abandoning the long continued clerical policy of blocking Bis inaroka schemes of general He it is cause to ba presented an amendment to the governments bill when it reaches the proper stage and raise the square issue with tho chancellor on making the repeal of the obnoxious laws It is believed that this move inont will succeed as the support of the clericals is necessary for the successful carrying out of Prince Bisirarcks designa for tho internal economy of the SHOT AT 1ST THE the Radical Twice Fired Upon by an February A startling attempt was made this afternoon to assassinate Eugene tho Radical leader in the Chamber of Clemenoeau was making a fiery speech from the tribune in favor of expelling the Orleans when a pistol shot rang through the a bullet whizzed past his flattened itself against the and foil at the feet of tho president of the Everybody turned in tha direction of tho and saw a young man pale with standing among the audience Euullah Stockholders IVemauil ait lii vcntlcutlon at their February discontent prevails among the English shareholders in tho Western ranche companies in and a lively discussion took placo nt a moot ing of those interested in the Powder River Rauche Company Earl Wharnclifie denounced the West ern mnnngers as being better than nnd demanded an accounting of their stewardship to the British Morton Frowendefended the managers and charged that any irregu Inrities or failures to mako tho investments of the English shareholders profitable wero due to tlie incapacity ot the British A war of words ensued and was finally ended by Frewens submitting a motion on behalf tho which wns demanding an inquiryinto the con duct of the London Another Burmese February despatch re ceived this morning at tho Indian office from Lord Dufferin announces tho renewal of disorders in The officials refuse to give even a summary of tho despatch for nnd seek to ininiinize its importance by saying that it reports only a few skirmishes with native bush It is that the despatch hns had a very disquieting effect at tho Indian China Threatens February from Chi nese sources confirm tho statement that China has refused to consent to tho cessa tion of Bliamo and tho adjoining districts in Burmah to If to acuuiosce in Chinas nnd re tains military possession of tho China threatens to organize a rebellion againstEnglish authority among the na tive From the Diary of Frederick William February is announced that a collection of notes from the diary of the Crown Prince Frederick William is soon to bo Tho collodion com prises personal records of tho chief events in tho life of the together with ox tracts from letters written by and other notable Bostons Offering to tho February Fathor vicerector of tho American college in had an audience todav with tho and presented his holiness with tho Peters pence contributed by tho Catholics of tuo diocese of DIFFERS FFtOIW Iolut Bliule ly General Walker Xcw ISuvcn NEW February For his talk before Yale theological students this after General Francis Walker chose for his thoiDe the Measures of a Socialistio Nature by those who do not Claim to be The lecturer said he would carivass the merits of doctrines of the have as public educators the facton arts of beginning in 1802 rtnc enlarged and extended by Parliament iu 1878 into a compact body of Any familiar doctrine which 1ms social istic tendencies is protection loca trade and This is socialistic ii that it deprives individuals buying m tbo cheapest anil is jus tified on the ground of individual sac tot the supposed public is not necessarily a socialist General Walker did not agree with his Professor in the belief that all tariff legislation is for tho benefitof classes He thought Congress has a sincere belief that such legislation Is for the gen eral Socialism can never bo all that it is desired to unless it becomes an international nnd hero it woulc find a barrier in which has no such Other forces of social istic tendencies are affecting the fencing in of the tlio use of fans in the mode of payment to the labor o women and children and the omploymen1 of mon beyond certain A good den ot labor legislation in the past was not duo to the demands of the laboring but to persons having no direct connection witl employer or Such legislation in recent years arose from a general con viction thnt certain things were fair am Tho present labor situation is a grave but it is probable that many under estimate tho fairness of the workingmens mind in spite of ovil leaders nnu General Walker thought tho present tendency of labor legislation is tc undermine the industrial Some thing before lone will arise to give cm ployes the pristine Coopera ho would be introduced to do away with existing difficulties and their so cialisru would Governmental coutro of means of transportation nnd communi cation is of socialistic foundation ii In this country such a system wouid be pernicious and portentous Another socialistic movement is in the direction of exercising special ovei sight over industrial aiic requires careful sudy and analysis The corporation exists in contravention p Tbe evil lies not so much ir the aggregation of capital in a single ban as in the fact that that hand to the law i tbe is one tlinf canno Another effort that is socialistic is th projected passage of sumptuary laws for th public Another is tho matter o housing tho and no greater socialist progress has been made in England than this The lecturer did not refut the public efficiency of such a an depreciated the laissez fair policy em bodied in what he termed the Miserabl mockeries of economic Twins Whirled by a Wheel an February Twi aged G of a man name who owns a grist mill in Bush towi strayed into the mill 01 Tuesdas Their clothing became entangledin th shaft and thoy were whirled around wit each revolution for over an Who they woro released tho Kkull of onewa fractured and her body terribly mutilatei death having occurred after the iirst fei The other is alive but ca hardly February House naval affairs committee has agreed upon a bill for the reestablishment of the other meeting of tho committee ill bo held at which somo t the details ol tlio following icasure will bo It is in General the bill that will bo ro ortod to the It is entitled a bill to icroaso tho naval nnd it rovides that tho President is hereby au lorizod to have as hereinafter rovidcd scaRoiiiK nrraored vessels of nbont 100 tons UeMglueit for fi sea syeeil tsixteen knots till with engines having nt 0000 Indicated und ull ecegsnry tipiillnnios lor working un forced imt In K uiul mncliinery and excluding iiot more tlian Tow rU titi construction of said vessels tlio sum nf 13 hereby Said cruisers iall huvo a complete torpedo outfit iud be riued In the most effective Second Three protected doublebottomed rnitiers of not less than 3500 nor more tliiiu 000 tons with triule expansion furulshcd with nccesaury iippli fur working under forced draught crullers designed lo liftvo Urn richest piuctlcahlo No ono of tiitl vessels sluill including engines nnd inu lilncry ami excluding exceeding and the ot tho tlireo Ill lulling engines tint Htuill not exceed Two of stild uruiuerg shall bo iiriv rovldeU Mllh spurs and ta liroail tit least two thirds ot ull nil power tbut spars iinllho ciiftily removiiblo iu of The thur of sitid cruisers shall he required to Imve inly military but shall be so tructcdthnt masts and ainrs maybe readily nsertud sulllclcnt to carry ut tho least twotlilrilH t full still Toward the construction of Hid crntsiM3 tho sum of is hereby bald cruisers shall bo iirmetl iu no most eftcctlvo firstclass torpedo in he uuKrcKate not inoru ttmu for which the sum of orno much thereof in nuvv be is hereby torpedo cruiser or about SUO tons with full torpedo hitth power rlilo and secondary battery tfiol ililicctivo running full nnd vitli engines of sufficient power to nttain u ca speetl of tit least twentytwo knots an unit fitted for working with forctd Said cruisers shall carry spars and nuiflts for full foreandaft sail and tho cost of said with engines and machinery oxcludlnR shall not exceed which or so irincli thereof as may 10 is hereby Section two provides that tho vessels here nbetore authorized to be constructed shall DO built of steel of domestic lavmir a tensile strength of not less than pounds per square and nn elongation in eight inches of not less than 20 ner Section provides that tbe president bo to direct tho as iiercinaf tor of the donbletnrroted monitors Monad nock nnd at n total cost not lo exceed distributed as follows 7or the completion of the ars for the completion of dollars for Iho completion of tho Monad nooic nnd for the construction of engines for said for tho comple tion of the Tho com mittee tomorrow will probably appropriate as a total sum to complete tho four Then tho sections are Section Iho armor uncil iu constructing said armored aud for completing baid shall bo ot tbe best obtainable quality aud of domentlc provided contvnets for furnishing tho same in a reason able at a reasonable price and of the required quality can bo With nrtuonslblo pnrties otherwise tbe secretary of tbe navy is hereby authorized imrchaso the or anv portion and import Such armor slmll bo accepted only after passing such tests as shall le prescribed by tho secretary of the navy uiid inserted iu the Section That tho secretary of tho naw shall jause at least ono or more nt the new vessels liereinbeforo provided for to be and puo of the said monitors to be completed one or more of the navy yards of the United and if he ilmli bo unable to contract with responsible par ties to construct or complete at reasonable prices all or any of the vessels hereinbetoro provided he cause the to be constructed or completed iu such of the navy yards of the United kites as may ho best adapted Section tlie hollers nnd ma chinery of all the new vessels provided for by this act shall be of domestic manufacture and Pardoned Prisoners Goto February Pipe and Albert the two Unite States prisoners confined for life in the A bany whose heroic coiiduc diiiinc the recent typhus epidemic at tha institution won for them full pardons froi were granted thei liberty this The pardoned me left tonight lor Now whence the continue their travels to where the intend settling on a cattle The Death of Donegan February Don ofran died this afternoon at oclocl Ho had been slowly faillmt from a bron chial affliction for a number oj H has been pastor of the Immaculate Coucep tion Church since He was fo merly one of tho curates of the Jarnoi Abbreviated General Hnzen has entered suitagains the New York Times for for libe The National Line steamer England i ashore off Reamer tURS hav been sent to her Tho Atlantic City Driving Park Associa capital IIKB received a ce tiflcate of incorporation from tho Stat department of Now Master Commissioner Qoodspeed bos se March 31 as tho date for the sale at th terminal property of the Cinoinna Louis This includes over thine in and tbe minimum papers about events in foreign countries toneliiiiij American upon tho theory that they were supposed to bo dis when tho fact was obvious that tho was to exclude them under any cir Maritime on February Mannine today sent a long letter to Senator chairman of tho Senate sub committee on Tho secre tary condemns increased penalties for undervaluations whom no fraud is aliened as unfair nnd a virtual cpnlis cntiou of property whore no wronBiIoinn is charged nnd no trial A bolter ami move cnpalun nppnvlslnpc forco at Now York City is An extension ol tho of eansnlar invoices Is as txistiiiK methods arc productive ol A return to a nystem ol rewards for informers is In Favor of Eades February major ity of the House commerce committee reported favorably on tlio bill for a guaran tee liy the government the Kudos ship railway across tlio isthmus of Tlio report declares the necessity ol such a means of transit us sciv mc miliH of occtin travel between our uisterji and The bill calls for u guarantee nf fi per interest annually of for tifloeu Washington February Bent and Miss Paulding 1oston are tho cuests of their Governor Andruw of Massachusetts ana her son and daughter aro at George prosidontof thoKovero NntioniH Bnulc Louis Obor and and Clinrles also of Bos are in the Koprciiuutativu LoveriniS returned to Washington this morning and was in bis seat in tlio HottM Lovoriiiff accompanied lior Imsuand aud will spend some tnnn in nnd n commit tee o the Cominon Coiinclj of aro in the and have a conference with the District commissioner hi reference to tlio underground system of telegraph and telephone No members of UIR Now Jersey Legisla ture arrived last AvranEBinents have been niadis a lunch with Senator McPherson iud a reception by William Walter Some visited tho rapitol today and paid their rosuects to McPhurson and an advertisement declaring the boycott on the a German afternoon was Tlie printers would not handle it because it did not correctly represent the Central Labor CAPTAIN EILLS One Thought Ta Jlfuvc Keen for Ten YennWhy Ho February family of John the representative of tho United Press in this was pleasantly surprised today by the arrival from Cionon of his Cnplain William whom tlioyhavo lamented ns deud for the past ton The last hoard from the captain was in when the family resided in At that time his the from Liver bound for wus wrecked and tlio captain ami crow of twontyoieht men wovo reported The eapUiin and ono seaman drifted about in an open boat for several and wero rescued by iv Russian vessel bound for Capo Since then Captain Kills Inis been in tho Kast Indian and the sponge trade in the BARTLCV CAMPBELLS The ItruiiiutUt 11 Little anil Not Ncriouitly NBW February Hyatt in the City Court today appointed Ernest Harvier receiver of tho property ot Bartley the dramatist and theatrical The application was made on an unsatisfied judgment for ob taiiiea by Bernard a roul estute on an old Harvior said Campbell is net seriously cm lie is a little that is He has a dozen theatrical ventures now youncv and tlio management of the business interests of tneso organizations has devolved on various road tlio doings of ut least two of whom havo tended rather than the ultimata adjustment of Campbells three of his plays lire now boinc given ill Now Campbell is all His present if I may so call leas become a heritaco of all men of A BOYS BOLD Young Bunnell Outdoes His DimeNovel Ic Enters Houses in ifroad Dayliglit and Steals otigugo in business letters who procured by unless the secretary of tbe navy slmll be U tumble to obtuln same nt fair Iu which case he trmy conatruot the snmo or any portion thereof the iidry yards of United provided that the secretary of the navy buy abroad and import such shafting and nthor or machinery as ho mwy be unable to pro cure in tbo United States and provided that tbo secretary of tho navy snail havo authori If he deems it to purchase and Im port the enirtnes for cue of the vessels herein provided Section the secretary ot the navy shall not contract for the construction or completion of uny of suid vessels of ot their en machinery or uutil full and complete detail drawings and speci fications of the same slmll havo been provided or adopted by htm ana after draw s and speculations shall havo been and approved us and work shall have been commenced on any contract made such plans ami specifications shall not be changed in any rftspect when the cost of such change In the execution of thu work exceeds except upon the order of the secretary or socroiary of tho navy and If chumvcs lira thus made the uitual cost thereof and tlie damage caused thereby sliall bo estimated nnd determined by u hoard of naval to be provided for in the contnict aud In any contract made pursuaut to this act shull bo provided in the terms thereof that the contractor shull tie hound by tile determination of said or a majority as to the amount of increased or dimin ished compensation said contractor shull be en titled to if in consequence of such chungo or In ovftry contract to he mudo under this act there shall he proscribed a period within whichllio work pro vlaod for in or anocllied portions shall bo and tlio com pletion of such work within the periods proscribed shall bo ensured by ponul pro For tho conatrnctlnn or completion of such vessels hereinbefore urovltlod fur as thn secKtiiry of the navy shall propose to have con structed or completed by is well as also for tbo boilers machinery herein before provided ho shall invltu proposals from every American shipbuilder and other persozis who uliait to lie satisfaction of the secretary nf the that within three months from tho date of tho contract he will be possessed of tlie necessary plant for inn performance of tho work in the United Status which ho sliall ntfer to and such contract sliall he let to the lowest and beet responsible or after at least sixty days advertisement published in live leading of tho United proposal for e work wlilch work slmll be subject to all such superintendence by naval ollicers during and provisions as to bonds and security for tlie quality and duo completion of the work as tho secretary or tlie navy shall and no machinery or portion thereof hhait be accepted unless completed In strict con formity with tbo contract mid the authority given hereby Khali take ellect nt Tlio secretary of the navy shull have the power to re ject ull bids made muter tile provisions of Median 8 provides that tlie sum of Is hereby appropriated towards armaments of tlio vessels aiitliorlzed by tbo act of Murih of tbo vessels authorized by section 1 of this and of tho nntlnlshod herein before anil of the nnd the Secretary of tbo Navy Is hereby authorised to direct tho application of such portions of this sum as limy be necessary to the manufacture or purchase of such toofs and ma chinery or tlie erection of such structures as nui ho required for use in tho manufacture of armament or any part Section That appropriated for purchase of torpeuoes of domestic manufacture and for the right to manufacture the und to make experlmnnts with any tor provided not more than ot said sum shall be expended Iu such Section That the sum of or so much thereof as may be Is hereby to bo expended uudor tho direction of the Secretary of tho In order to carry out tbe purposes ot this uct in improving the plant of such of the ynids of tuo United States us tbe seoretuy may may uch tho sum of SI bo the manufacture or Edmunds Learns from the February the Sen ate today Edmunds introduced a bill providing for the inspection ot meats for prohibiting tho importation of adulterated food and aud authorizing the President to make procla mation in certaiu Edmunds said it contained a section giving the President whenever he was convinced that unjust discrimination was made against the udmJBsion of American products into other to suspend importations from countries of such articles as ho thouelit fit for tho protection of thu just inter ests of the United Edmunds eaid further that hewas prompted to Intro duoa this bill by what he saw iu the VETERANS AT TIiu tVciircm of the IMtio Indulge In nil February General Wads worth hold at Concert Hull this evening the largest campiiro ever held iu this Visiting posts begun to nrnvo before 7 oclock and by when 1ost 2 South Boston and other visiting posts from ISoston and bolow tho station mid vicinity wero ono mass Tlio lino of march was taken up Kailroad down Muin street to tho In spito ot tho pelting fully fiOO men were in consisting of comrades from Post Houth Boston Post llolliston fust Ashland Post Newton Post Water town Post Brighton Post Saxon villo Post 3 iSontli linuningham Gen eral Wadsworth Cniiip Sons of nnd Company First who did escort Tho wholn routs t march wtis illumined with red lights A succinl train was run from Post U of Houth Boston was accompanied by its drum nnd life corps of thirty which Kavo two miLQbors on tho pro At tlio hall a Inrtro crowd of citizens worn in waitiuc for the and by 8 when Commander Mann de livered his address of tho hall was On tho Rtago wore Department Cpni iniuidor Tobins lie having 116611 called away just as he wus about leavinpr lio various speakers the evening and biliceis Irora the together with the ol Selectmen und other town Suite Senator Frank Town Itepvespntiitive Justin and many Visltiniv Junior ViceCommander Whitney of Dorchester supplied the place in the absence of Department Commander Past CommauderinOhiof Pnul Cienorat Past Department Cominiinder Georiro Quiirterinastoi1Gonoral Chiaf Inspector and Comrade Davis of Hixvcrhill were among tho speak Tlie Arion Ladies Quartette furnished vocal Department Commander Tobm ar rived from Boston at and pleased the audience with many of his funny closing with un aopoal to all comrades for greater exertion and Tbe hall cleared tit and a dance began which tlid not close till i oclock tins All viuiting comrudos were provided with a coffee nnd bean MONTGOMERY LIGHT XweutylTlrfit Anniversary of the Vet eran The Montgomery Light Uunrd Veteran Association celebrated its twentyfirst anni versary at tho Quinoy House last Shortly after a oclock Captain Thomas Doherty led the way to the where 130 persons sat down to a lino bou and a blessins wiis invoked by James Leo of Gate of Heaven South After tho dinner Chairman Thomas Doherty called the company to order and introduced Captuiu Thomas Ferris as toast master and gavo a history of IrishAniovieavi companies and of tho Mont A loiter wits r6ad from Governor Kobinson regretting his The iirst Intuit announced The Commonwealth of re sponded to by Representative John Murphy of Charlestown Tlio City of by William Flanagan of tlio Mayors office The Day Wo by Edward president of the Common Council Civil and Heligious by Jiimes Thu Irish iu America called up Fire Commissioner John who in a ringing speech depicted the achievement of llio race from the time of the Alnrtin Cmley sung a song nnd Our Charitable Institutions was responded la by Sheriff John Our Invited Guests wus spokento by Pat rick Colonel mem ber nf the Governors ruspomlod for tho Isinth anil Major Grady performed a liku service for the Active Among the invited guests were Captain Timothy Hurley of Station Councilman Majors Grady and Bogan of llio Ninth Sergeant John First Corps of Cadets Kdwurd director of ferries Andrew assistant inspector of buildings William Cnptain John Patrick John John Regrets wero re ceived from Major Michael absent on account of The old ilnss wero brought into the and placed behind the olmmmin amid loud Tlio reception Iommittoo win Captains Thomas Doberty and Thomas Lieutenants Michael Kn William Fred Sergeants Mur John Tbouins John Philip Thomas Thomas Kyau and Maurice Patrick James Joint Dos Patrioit John Hobett To Search for Fames NEW February liolllns granted letters of administration today to Siimnor Claggelt of Boston nnd Charles of this city on the estate of James Henry Tlio admin istrators are required to justify in only tlio nominal value of Uio They that considerable more property belonging to tlie estate will be and have retained Theodore Swift ns their legal iitlviser to prosecute the J he heirs nre Charles Clairgott and Elizabeth Paine says thnt Palno owned a large block of the Chicago Lund Company and is certain that u thorough will reveiil the whereabouts of tho Tomorrow moruine Swilt will obtain from tho public administrator the papers found iu Paines trunk just after his The bookkeeper in the ottieesaid yesterday the papers were of little beiuc principally notes pnst A TRIBUTE TO Memorial Under tha Direction of thu Military NKW February memorial in honor of General Hancock was hold nt Governors Island this tin der the auspices of tho council of tho Military Service Institution of tlio United Tlio rooms of tho insti tution were hung in blade and decorated with battle flags and other Gen eral Hancock was president ol the institu tion at the time of his and his vacant ehnir was draped In General James Fry presided on this oc Tho hall was crowded with friends and former comrades of the late lamented A paper on Huncocks life and wns read by Genera William Tho rcndinir of letters from many distinguished men who wero unable to be ami Hie delivery of brief addresses by others occupied tlio remainder of Tho meeting was altogether a impres sive triButo to the memory and services ol Hancock as a brilliant soldier aud noble THE ECHO FOG Slicccuuiiil wUh n Novel ISultlmore February Tho uovo echo fog signal of Delia Tarro of Bal timoro was experimented with at Fori Carroll by Commander Lieutenants Reader and specially appointed by tlio Navy Department for tho Tho outfit Delia Tarre consisted of a single barrel breechloading on tho muz zle of which ho pushed a funnel Fort Carroll wns the first object brongh under lire at i range of about haUamilo Promptly oil tlio discharge of the gut tho and was hearc with gfeat Delia Tarro saic that in favorable weather he had heard tho echo with tho unassisted car four miles Ono of the best experiments wns tiring a which are about eight inches They give back a wclldeliuci unlike that of nnv of the Tbo charges of powder used in tho ox porlnienta were such ns would bo put in a pistol The commission will report favorably on the invention and advise mon extended It will suggest thai nn officer be detailed to try this method o collecting on board of a Uiiitci States mauofwar through the different changes of Another Hermit February morning while a party of hunters woro ou on the hills of South mountain they dis covered dead in his hut Conrad Naglc who had lived tho life of a hormi for nearly fifty When 20 years of npe married a farmers daughter and the couple lived tagothoi several Nagle being in comfortable It has been his custom for years to sit all night twice a week on his wifes grave Cashier Smith Captures a February Robert of tho First National Bank captured in his house a 2 oclock this after a severe and with the assistance of neighbor turned him over to an lie wore a mask and gave his name as Frank aged OK Will Come to Preach in JKHSKY February Ad dison Foster has resigned his pastorati of tho First Congregational Church and nc ceptod a extended by the Congrega tional church at Ho wil assume his hew pastorate in Killed in the Coal IJobruary Shay an employe oftlio Fltchburg Railroad Com pany was killed while at work nt tho coal elevator inthis city this Ho was caught between two cats on the steep Ho was Ifi yours of and leaves a widow and seven small A Daring Escape from Prison Fol lowed by a Clever to Set an Obnoxious February members ol the typographical in the otlica of the wero discharged this forenoon or retualng to net Archbishop Ryan and the Ryan stated today that no general disap proval of the Knights of Labor had been made in the Whether tliat particular organization comes within tlio proscribed limits of a secret society islolt to tho clergy to New England new railroad station on the Boston Lowell road at Woburn will cost from to Patten is the citizens candi date for Mayor of nnd Wiulsworth tho Republican nominee tor Mayor of now rases of scarlet fever were reported in Marlboro yesterday Tho llildrelh whove it liist ap bus resumed its Honrywas convicted of larceny last week at Ho tiled exceptions but withdrew them was sen tenced to four years in tho State John John of Knn lectured at the Town last The Old Colony run extra trains Irom Fitch burg and South Framing twostory houso and barn owned by Frank Allen in woro destroyed by lire yesterday An aged lady was removed from the houso with funeral of tio late Clmm berlain of took McKiiiney and Kimball Dartmouth Col lego was well temperance mooting in Farnums West last was ad dressed by Henry who and by John Watson ot Bdverly und case of a wellknown tanner of recently arrested for an assault upon Charles of sot down for this bus been uol as tlie plaintiff failed to the Connecticut Senate con firmod George Woodruff of Litchfield as railroad Hyatt of Norwich as bank commissioner and Henry Sperry of Hartford is insurance commis Milford Times has entered its second volume with nvery prospect of future who has been at the helm since Its btavt anoyhaa tfiven thb people of southeastern Worcester county a wideawake Demoovatl NKW February most and nt tlio same timo most suc burtvlar und snonlc thief of modern Inys wns bronchi to this city and locltcd tip it police headiiuarlars early this Jorhert nlins is tall nnd with abrlnht and intelliirentlookiiiK Ho wns born in seven eon years and camo to this country in 1SS2 with his They wont to where tho father ontorcd lie dry truoJs Herbert played truant from school and ilovutod his time to reading dime preferring those which told ot thieves and hiirh Ho became acquainted with ho son of a notorious thieC named ami they entered into pnrt They began by stealing articles from store nnd soon dared o enter stores and ilrrbert called himself ho boy About a year ntjo Herbert wns arrested with joins implicated in live different lie pleaded but wns 10 Iftosod on his promise to leave tlio llomvorth nnd bin family went to Herbert went to work in n print ing Ho lint been omplnyod in the piintinffhoiust Ioui months when his parentH disiovoieti tliat lie hnil again taken up His mother bouKfld him on her knees to whilo tho father used every effort to reclaim his Tho was beyond and loft His robbery nf importance wns com mitted nit the night of November when ho entered tho residence of a broker living on Centnil New IJo into tho houso by a window lending into the study nnd gathered up jewelry nntl fnncy nrticlos valued His next Inrao hnul was mndo on tho afternoon of November when ho robbed the residence if Emsttis on Tompkins Now in broad daylight ho gained an cutranco by way of tho pnrlor and Stealthily crept up Ho found jewelry valued at 3J which ho pocketed and made his Then ho came to this and after liv ins like 11 prlncu fur tv week or so lie Xtvuiut it JKrlcl Career December Tohii Biucholls residence wns robbed in broad while tho family woro out It wnn tho young boy burghir who so suc cessfully cracked that ns ho Burcholl is a wealthy The hoy entered tho basemonli by n side door whinh hud beon left open by tbo After getting insldn gust of wind slummed the iloor ami ho wns about benti n hasty exnoetlng Iho servants would bo attracted by tho noise when ntray pi spoons and forks wns dropped in tbo din whiuli made a tciriiic Under cover of this noise lie quick ly made his way up slnirn with out boing heard nnd ransacked tho rooms on second Ho liai leisurely goiio through all Iho drawers nut closets he hud collected some worth of When ho got to the bend ofthe stairs on his way out ho wan startled by tho appearance of who hud lot himself in by tho front and wad hanging up his overcoat in tho Quick ns a flash the young thlcl jumped behind u piece of tapestry 01 tho wall nonr the head of tho and a minute later Bnrcholl went ill and brushed against tha bulging ns ho pnssed to bisroiim on tbo floor Breathing freely onco tho during youth made his way iiuietly down and tak ing down tbe overcoat from thn doliboratoly put it on and walked leaving tho front door lhat saiuu night ho wont over to Joniov where ho entered two but tho pro coeds of thoso burglaries wore ami he did not take nnlo of their The next day tho robbery BiUchells residence was made ami the young cracksman wont to Ho had hardly learned tho lay of tho town when ho broko into tho residence of U nt Nineteenth nnd stole about 8800 or worth of His bnFo of operations was tlnin changed ti whoro ho ontered tho residfiico of but before ho couli secure any plunder Servant Detected Him and ho was On his person a hand of with a tag bearing Burchells was and Inspector Byrnon was Detective Killaloa hastened to but tho authorities wouli not give him and tho boy wns sentenced to ono years imprisonment ill tbo house o did not like prison and after a week in tho placo made a voiio will strips of betiding and otlior articles in Jus coll and let himself down to tho ground Ho walked to Baltimore and thencu stole a rido to when ho was clt tbo Ho broke into i house in wliera ho stoio a tuli a diamond a ring mnrkud Sallio and other val ued nt several hundred besides in He then decided to returnto this city am arrived on thu night of February lie wont direrlly ti bo puwnui hill Wilmington At Fob rnary he eniiio suiross tlio Ioum an open duor at 40 West Fifty fourth by Hi pnenkeil upstairs nnd whilo the fnmily won in tho basement eniiiod oil jewelry vnluni at JloGtnitod lo rotiirii to Ciiiiiulu and decided to take young McWaiu into Monmvhilo ho had boon indicted in thi city on the keys found on his inn when Ills uucapo from tbo Washington re fiirinatory was made liiNpecto Byrnes started his men out ulrcsh Tlioy traced him to Ibis tity but again lost track of Oi his way to Canada Herbert on n and in inter to make bis ndviin in his former homo in good pledgui tho balunco of his tho last lie wns urrcMui on despatches from this am Detectives Heidelberg und Dolaii n onco went after lie matin t and tho inspector hopes ti rotover most of tho stolen roporty Tho young villain seemed proud his and said to the inspector during bis confession I runtl a gooi dual about anil thought could make ns much money ns some of thoso fellows iliil I Iriotl sov eral times to crnck VniulerhiltH crib on Fifth but he hail so dd servants unii tho locks wore io gooi that it wns difficult for a gcmliimn toge He enJed by contemptuously asking Hows n fellow going to llvo on u anyhow11 We must do 87n ho wns elected city treasurer and has old that nosition up to tho present e wns a prominent Mason ami had taken 10 thirtysecond Ho was miirned ireo times and loaves a widow and live BURLINGTONS MERRY All tho of tho May Kept In of thr February Tho ourth day of tlio winter carnival opened a largo but thn storm iu frfercd with tho Early in tho turning extra ccaQlies arrived by rail from Sew York and and nt noon special rains of Pullmnn onrs arrived from Mon bringing a Canadian doltgation Tho morning programme opened viib a promenade concert it the fnl owed by o yftclilingunil sleighing on Lake Cham At 2 snowshoo races wero iyen on tho ice in tho Owing ilimiinir snow storm slow timo was plain strrtt was a iunsi of rostumod coast Iliiovimr thn iimv famous litirlington At S there was a magiiiti iiiiit display n llroworks and a grandpro Issioii ol hockey snow Tho cveniiiK3 irogrninmo closetl with a masquerade car livul at tho skntlnir rink and a carnival club concert at tho Opera given iv Iho Montreal Snowslioo ot 100 THE MEN WHO RULE NEW Itlurc than Kvcr Full Into the ISmiilii of Niw February Now Iork nldermaniu committee on railroads lehl a meeting this afternoon nt the ity Hall lo listen to the protest of property nviiers who object to a street railway InouKli Thirtieth Many of tho osukiits of that street wero in tho aldcr iinnie room for tho first time to their paw tho kind of men who tho ctly of Now ThocitviHln hiiiKcr of falling into the bands of aihvay sharpors to a greater desrreo than ver on tho plea of thr welfare of It is proposed to build railways brough Thlr ythirtl mill Thirtyfourth for tho mlilio Tbo proceedings before tlio louiiiiiLteu wero cut on thosugges iou of those in IP rested in tho proponed that it had not hoon tirovan thnt a lonipany had been This wns mem yet tho chairman ot tho ommiltco at onco adjourned tho hearing tntil next Out of Work and Tiracl of February Wullnna agod about forty returned to thi uity recently from Neivtoit Uiipor Fulls wlioro ho had been employed ns a machiiils until a decllnu iu tho number ot onlers His who is and hor six chihlrei havo been supported partially by earning of tho father and the oldest Iiuoomiii despondent ut bis inability to liml the father wandered about the city thi when nearFuivturkut bridge ho mounted tho nnd jumped hit the a Drmut farmer drew tho nmii ain carried him to tbo police City Treasurar Freeman February Treas urer Franklin Frcemnn was at work at his otlico until 1 and went homo uu well ns usual to Ho laid down on the lounge and said ho did not feel very having a pain round his A short time afterwards ho He settled in Dover in lrt42 nnd went into tlio oyotor In 18D5 he to tho rolnil dry and in to that oi an m suruuoe wiiich biininosH ho WON still uuKiged In IBtJS he was clouted an oversner of tho and was a member ot the Common Council in 1B71 und Iu HER AWFDL The Wife of a New Politician Terribly Ennuii by Vitriol Sbe Tried to Throw Upon Her SPICY REVELATIONS Clliln Unit Airnlnitl tliu Mll llounalla Nuw February is going he a tmcer lawsuit hero next wcolc In tho Hy Chris a wellknown sporting now holding a position In the custom house through his friend Collector has sued Knto tho ividow of tho Into John for oiinded to her when sho was Somo spicy rovolations are not only relating to old John who tho employer of tho pretty cigar nyslerionsly muvdiveii forty years but concerning tbo ftcbnofor is saiii fur many yours to havo sustained a very tender relation to Her 1 ilu IniK IKOII a very Klinngu woman who is now n iiilllkuniairo life ns a balletgirl in liho was horn in nn emigrant vessel mining 1n Boston tonio liltysix yonis Alloia choukoioil xxislunco on tho sliigo in minor sho ttitiriiiil u dramatic agent in this nncl it won about that timo that Sfhaefor ehiinis to hnvo lent her the Srbaolor in conversation with yom that when bo loaned her tho money sho was iu great Hying with hur husband iu one room in Houston rilio is now and has long been a prouiliienl mixed up with lllnvatsky anil It is Unit through her blandishments and arts in that iliroctiun shi first won tbo attention nnd confidence of her latest uiut liim she initiated into tho mysterious doings ol llio At a ooaiieo in 1aiis he Juncicii thnt he commnncil with tho spirit of Mary tho oigni1 girl of 18ta In this WHY his wife is thought to have ob tained her ascendancy over tho inliid ol IN WALL The Cliluuco to bo JUc Dull Stoclt Nuw February stock market today was even duller than yostev Tho transactions usjgregatu only Tlieio was little or no tout lira to tlio days proceedings outside of Mio marked weakness in the coal It was purely n professional trailers witl tho soiling of nnd Paul bs Deacon Whilo and other supposed Kcivding and Kansas Texas wero knoekei down by poopio supposed to bo Mauds ol tho but otherwise it was a waiting market Tlio troubles of tho Trauscontiiioiunl tho action of tho trunk lines rcgardinu thu lack of authenticated nows about the llio reported lack ot conn denco in tlio ultimate formation of a eoniDinution made oven room tiailoiii timid about remaining long on either Eido of tho Although tho close of tho day was marked by a fairly steady tliero wns little in the situation to uominiiid it lo The slcnniKhip Ainonituu took In gold lo thu continent but no further engagements woro reported to There is no fresh news about tho conl stocks or the Tho only rumor of importance regarding tht Hoadiim was that it wns tint intention of the GowonUorbln nnrty lo connect tbo Knad ing with the Blooiiiington West em by completing tho South Pennsylvania A irooii feature was made known In fact Iho closo o cliiingra at Commissioner Finks It was decided to revive thu Chicago freight which wasdifi solvuil in Thu imiiiiiitiisosuio to bi fixed by nnd Hugh N uxprcsiuont of the Chicitg9 Hook bus consented to nut ns Thu Lotus freight pool was also rcuon stniciiil and signed nnd i is uxpurtoil tlint Iho Cincinnati will bo niljusted nnil siine ComniissioiioiMilgnly ol tho Tliuisuiiiitiiiunlal Associntion Inllud nt Mi FinUs niiil in n ionlerenco nskuti tho tniul lilies to iinlto ill ileclailng war upoi lliintingtons Mr Mlilguly iirgiiuil Unit soiiiolhing sltoulr IHCH inasmuch as Huntinctons lino of from this city to Now Or liitns inadiihini uracticnlly iiideiiondeiit o the Traiiscontinontal Ilo there ioio asked lor lower rales from tliu ti lines on through No action wns taken on HID but it Is not Iwliovoi hero Unit tho trunk lines willagroo to Mr Midgelys proposition hucauso it would in Volvo general Tryirns the New Railway NKW February Tho Kdlsoi railway lolegrnph to cuininuuicatr fixed stations and moving trains is aliotit to bo applied to tlio Paul rail rond between Chicago and Milwaukee George by liluvtriclaiia Ituild and loft hevi for Milwiiukoo Ibis Inking witl tliuiii enough iniiLhincsfor two stations niu four passenger Tho battery has been grently simplified und now consisLs of a bank of lionHuoputhic in which pure wnler is used instead of thnt tho sys tem will bo on tho road if tint pnssengor in twoiuytivo sendjallltoen oant inussjigu u The report that Ktlisons houso and laboratory woro cast away and lost ou thoir ocean voyugu to Florida is Josiah Smith of Chiconea February 715 years of ugo nnd ono of tho best known ot dropped lend today at Ills home iu Hummer Smith was bora at but removed to this phuo when a Ho had lived here over Ilo was n and nnd hns built somu of tho largest buildings iu tlio He loaves Judge Kmcrit for Mayor of February Dom ocnitio Muniiipnl Convent ion met at Re form Hall ibis oxMayor Walker Mayor Deoiing was not u candi but vocvived tho support of a consid erable number of Alter four ballots hud been Judge Knight was nominated ami colds aiul ovuiy wuuiiiuiM ouruiUiv Uoi York A Tragic SceneCaused by Jealousy and fy NKW February Thomas tho Tammany politician of tho flfth Assembly was leaving his Icsk in the registers office today to Bet a messenger from exCounty Clerk jiunblotons office handed him the follow ugnote U19 To Ioino over to tho Vilirnnry Signed Ho went over to where James Gumbloton ins an otlico with his tho excounty on tho third Arriving Umghlin found his stand ing outside tbo After three yenrs of married they separated ibont i month all on account of imcompatibility of Since the separation has tried to meet icr husband at the registers he ios refused to ronow their marital it through you this note was asked Politician when he saw his standing by his friends was tho quick and she in a plendinpr tone wont vou come and livn with mo aeain said Then she asked Is lint your iinal answer and after he had told her it thoy went down in the elevator Thoy stood in the corridor for a just outside the iriiilesmniis and Loiighlm asked hor husband if he would not hold hot Ho had one of his jut ho took hers and hat Tnnde iis hands Ioiighliu threw unck her heavy clonk ami drew out i mustard Tom heard the top out did not anticipate any danger till Annie iiirloj the can at bin some sort ol liquid slopped and realizing that there might bu danger after Toin caught tho mustard can in the right sulo His wife grasped at the enn and tried to overturn its contents on ind they struggled for a ininuto until the liquid was tinnlly spilled over lius inco and Nile fScreainctl Wltll for tho bath was taken in and Loughlins hands woro burning whore somo of it hail fallen on Tho womans cries brought a number of people to tho Loucthliii called a cab and putting his wifo inside jumped upon tbo box with tho driver and ordered him to ilrlvo to tlio Chambers Street Ullicor Christopher Smith of tho Broadway who heard of the nffair nt Ins post at Dunne street nnd reached the Read street corner in season to eoo tho cab go tnarinir down the He ran after it and reached the hospital just us Loughlin ivnn tnkinif out his They nil went inside nnd a took charge of Lnugh ilmre wns a srnilo on her and sho horolciilly endured the pain sho must havo bullortd without oven Are YOU TomV sho But her hiiKtuuid kept iiuict until tho surgeon wlilspored to him that she was blinded by tho acid and must bo iu great anil then he dont leave me sho This serves mo I wanted to commit u Lmt tho wood Clod turned it ou me and punished mo for do you blntno mo for Sim snld she did ami did not mind tbo pain at but was sorry for what she had surgeon nt hospital stated that possibly houuiaiu mlaut and that if inflammation not lit she would any rato lose her oyosiifflit and be frightfully Policeman Smith took tho Tombs before Justice At iirst Loujthliu was reticent about tho but at length told tho whole Htory substantially as He de clared that ho Ulil Not Wunt to SCuke any Complaint agninnt his but thojudzo told him he must hold him as a and it got woll then it would be time enough for him to decide whether or not ho would appear against Assemblyman Warner Brims be came his bondsman to tho amount of was placed under inrest in the hospital ou the charge ot felonious and Officer Smith was stationed there to guard She will probably bo removed to Bollovuo Has pitnl where thjs class of patients aro Her injuries her great but the surgeons aro not yet pre pared lo Dioiliet tho Loushllns hands are badly the Hash eaten tc tho bono in some and lie appeared in court with them encased in big cotton iouRlilln is a buxom Enslish woman of rather inclined to with a bright dark hair aud eyes unit a winning She is of a very lively her in had but ono of pormittinc hor temper to mu ay with Hut for that he declared hoy would have lived very happily to Sho got an idea In her head that sho did not command all lior husbnndN and tlien with jealousy and tamper controlling her liti became This forenoon culled on lanies Uumbloton ut his olliru and tola him how miserable she was with out Knowing both husband and wifu very ho promised to plead with tho latter and It was to carry out his 1Viondlv oftico that ho sent the which brought Loughlin into an un expected While in Gumbletons otlico Louehlin was ccol aud very con trito when speaking of the unhappiness she had caused hor Uumbloton was greatly agitated over the part ho had played in tho THE February In dications lor Now England Local rains or followed by decid edly clearing weather winds shift ing to westerly rising For Fair weather iu Tha Temoeraturo Indicated by tho thermometer at Thomp sons Spa a u 9 32 as0 3GD 0 UJ or Else The storm which sot in at Boston early yesterday came from the lake region and was centred at midnight over the lower It will continue to cniiso disagreeable weather and dan gerous piles along the North Atlantiu const during tho next twentyfour Kiiin IniH fallen through tho entire country east of thi Advancing from Manitoba in the roar ol tho storm is n cold wave that is centred this morning over tho upper At tho tlieinomnter loll 4it degrubs iusido of 13 Thn probable effect of the cold will be to turn tho present ram Into nr perhaps the weather mav clear off with tho getting in of the north wnst Saturday ami Sunday will bo Bostonmns in New XKW February Honry Cabot and Russell Gray of Boston are at tlie Brunswick Hotel ExMayor Samuel also of is ut the Windsor SPRING STYLES LOWES IKICES xar flfllll nO I tJUO AVASIIIN6TOX UUULU O Betvoou Bcaok ii KnMhad TOUR GBOUEB BKLUI   

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