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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 14, 1887, Boston, Massachusetts                                BOSTON AH the will want to read the in tho next BOSTON SUNDAY TWO EIGHT THURSDAY an Irrepres sible His Views on the Or ders It Cant AIM to Tats in An archists and Defeats and Triumphs oi Labor Progress of the Fight for Wages and Fewer as much ns Qninoy and other towns were paying and therefore ho conld not grant their On receiving the reply Monday the quarry men quit which compelled Pearl Benjamin Presi dent Warren of the Odd Fellows Builaing and many The ball was lu charge of the following committees Floor Geordo j uldu VJU1U TIIIUU i thecnttors to leave off as there was Qpodalo Everett not stone enough abend to keep them em Mjijor Adintent ployed any length of Hpeakingtoa number of qnftrrymen this morning they wore found quite confident of eorge Lieutenant Dissatisfied April freight con ductors or tho Boaton Albany railroad bave united in a petition for more Day and a reduction of the hours of The hours now run from ten to twelve a and the pav is S2 The men ask for The through who work twelve hours a Ask lor a reduction to ten hours and 83 a The way conductors want S3 60 n The brakeuien were raised some time ago from SI Kfi to The conductors are generally signing the Not To the fSitnr of Th In reference to tho conference between the and the ono Michael Sullivan is down on the list as rep resenting the Ho is uot and never has been a nor was the plasterers assembly represented at that Per order of the committee of Plasterers of Meeting of Eoxbury Brotherhood ot Oarpeuters and will hold a mass meeting in Cedar Ball general president of the Brother and president of the Building Trades Council of will address the Hernnn and Henry Abhott Kecepuon committee Commander Rob ert General Past Commander John Captain John Cnptain Charles Major George Comrades Harry WesooU and Allen and Representative UNITARIANS AT DDHDt Last Meeting of the Season at the Subject of What Shall ue With Oar YtQBK GOOD TEMPLARS GRAND April Master Workman Powderly arrived here last evening on a brief visit to his who reside at Hyde The master workman was a very angry mau about 10 oclock last An agent for a patent mining drill followed him all the way from The agent wanted the maiiter workman to indorse his Powderly said he was too busily en gaged and haa no to talk about the The ngent insisted that it was Powderlys duty to indorse bis and the head of the Knights of Labor walked Into his bouse and left the man with the drill standing at the About 11 after Powderly had the irrepresible iiKOUt ajain rang the Jfowderly raised a win dow upstairs and inquired who was It is replied the drill for heavens said Pow give au overworked man a chance to rest If you dont leave iny I will whistle for a The agent Speaking of tho matter this Powdarly said I am hounded to death by this class of 1 he other day a man came to asked me to use my influ ence to have Uio Knights of Labur indorse a patent meat Another wanted a horseshoe branded of and still an other wanted his make of soap In regard to tho late Knitihls of Labor held at fow derly said A time ago I received a copy ot a labor hill from a member of tho Bouse who is not a member of the Knights of There was a petition pre sented Irom Knights of Labor lu his asking that the measure be He wanted to know why the knights opposed tho which was a very good I wrote to the secrotiiry of the assembly from which tho purported to aud found that while the signatures of the men weregeiiume the heading of the petition had been changed from a prayer asking the pastage of the bill to one asking its In order to ascertain how much of this kind of work wns going the convention was One good result ot the convention is that a lot of worthless trash si I toil out aud a halt called on bogus What sbouttnoboyootMauaed ttgainstr the Evening Sun of New York I knew nothing of tho matter until I saw it in tno papers You see in such a great body as tbo Knights of Labor mistakes and misunderstandings will Wo have all classes of and sometimes in the heat of p they ore liable to do something which is not altogether proper but a bet ter day in and tho time is not far distant when we shall do business on a har monious The Knighti ot Labor is no place for the Anarchists aud We dont want them lu the We cant afford to have Our organization is not a mere machine to order strikes it is a school lor the laboring They must be taught their They are being taught every The membership is I can see Intelligent men are coming to the front in all the This is what I expected would be the case when wo got on a tirm Members Lire get ting to know each other This makes their luterests What Is good for one is good for the There are fewer talks of Intelligent action and among the members is what is going to make the Kniuhts of Labor stronger than they ever OOSSTEOTICVT The far Higher miul of April ninth day ot the painters strike in this city shows no change in the The executive committee of Painters Union reports that funds continue to flow in treas and that they can continue the tight The strikers have issued a card to the in which they sny tho struggle Is for a principle rather than for more wages i it is their aim to aid in the employ ment of surplus and bv adopting nino hours as a days they say more ineu can be and thut the dis tribution of labor will be more The executive committee has advertised to furnish workmen at regular and has received orders trom several pursons in a hurry for Nine shops have signed tho ninehour but fourteen master painters still resist the Thd New britain after being on strike two surrendered last The situation at the Corbin shop in New Britain remains the same as No new men joined the strikers but it is probable that others will be called A committee of twelve men marched to the shops lute yesterday but tho Corbins were firm iu the position The strikers Bity they are well provided with The Carpenters and Joiners Union of this city holds a meeting tonight to take decisive action in regard to enforcing their demands lor nine They do not ask for tenhours and claim that on this account their request should be The master builders have signed an agree ment not to Yesterdays Session at of April the after noon session of the Grand Lodge of Good Templars the following officers were pros grnna chief templar Major Hamilton of grand chancellor Emma Knight of Deer vicetempliir grand secretary Captain George Holmes of grand marshal Emily Cain of general super intendent of juvenile temples Henry Mnnson of Livermore past grand chief of Presqne grand chaplain Louise Cain of Kennebunk grand deputy mar shal Sawyer of grand inside guard Charles Uiolock ot grand outside were ana their places were supplied as follows Mclutire of Brunswick Burnhum of Wood bridge Lydia Young of Free port McGawley of Iho first of imnortance wns the presentation ot during which Gov ernor bingley The report of tho grand obiet templnr gave a detailed summary of the work needed in the various counties in the work is in a sound The debts are it not paid with something iu the The grand hecretaryB report shows a itcvin ot four lodges in the State during the making a total of 328 loduos and a total membership of Tho juvenile toniple department renorts about fifty with between 8000 and 4000 The grand treasurer reports moneys received uurlnv the 47 S4083 At the opening of the afternoon session the grand nast chief tomnlars were invited to seats upon the platform and the Invita tion was responded to by Congressman Torsey of Winthropand Chase of Fast grand vice tem plars nnd past grand superintendents of juvenile temples were also given seats ou the Reports from tho grand superintendent of Juvenile committees constitution and printing were Leouurd o past grand vicetemplar of the Right Grand Lodge of the was formally intro duced by Congressman was given nnrcixtbp jihads but powerful whioh was constant ly interrupted by orolonged The election ol officers look place this evening ns follows Grand chief Dow of Brooks grand CHAMBERLAIN He Speaks to the People of Kilmarnook Groat Speech Expected on April while travelling to was met at Kil marnook station today by a crowd who insisted that he should make a In complying with their Chamber lain said I am not surprised to find a division In the Liberal One ot the principles of the party is that sufficient independence of ho left to ea h The great question dividing us is a very serious and is well expressed in a letter from my who suys he is sorry that the Liberals are divided on the Question ot the preservation of order and tlie maintenance of the It has always been a great principle ot the Liberal party uot to assist or sanction anarchy or For the first time in Its history tho party is allied with men whosu hands are stained with A majority of tho Liberal members of Parliament who sanction obstruction are allied with the men who produce disorder in Ireland and threaten us with outrages in our I hope tho time has arrived when Groat Britain will give au answer to this policy of I am convinced that tho bulk of the working classes will show no sympathy with those who commit offences or with their We are bound to mumtain order and tho but that need not provent our sym pathizing with people who have a practical of which they rightly and which It in our duty to We are not opposed to rensonnblo remedy con sistent with the greater interests ot Grent but we shall not yield to lawless Chamberlain was frequently inter rupted in the course of his tha hisses of his opponents exceeding the cheers of his Members of the Houso of 62 Meet Around the ot worship in the noblest thing in they will no We must march forth into this world per force of our living and or our now conception found our Let us learn that religion means something right nnd young people will go to Of the education of children in Sunday schools 1 would set right a great our idoa if beinit liberal respecting chil drens I bolinvo in theology and that it Is the grandest thing in We ought to teach chiMrou theories of God and theories of life such as we Hive them loyal to that will keep to the oir TUB Horrsxi OF oa SECOND fipvach from on April Lord HarttngUm will return to London especially to vote forthe second reading of the coercion A division will be taken in the House of Com mons on Monday on Sir Bornhard sons amendment to the crimes to the effect that the if would increase the disorder iu Ireland and endanger the union and the and therefore should be The opposition will not at tempt to prolong tho debate on ilu reserving further discussion tor the com mittee which will probably be reached on the Morlev will speak on tno bill tomorrow and Gladstone ou Kaisar WHhetma Birthday April Emperor has de cided to exhibit to tho public the various addresses he received ou tho ninetieth an niversary ot his Many of them are masterpieces of flue art and He has sent a cordial letter ot thanks to the officials in the postal and telegraph service who subscribed for and presented three lifeboats to tlie German Rescue as a birthday tribute to the The April meeting of tho Unitarian Glob was hold at the Vemlomo last and as it was announced to be the lust meeting of the season a large tally 175 waa In tho absence ot the president and vice George second vice occupied tho heaa ot tho and on either side of him were seated Carroll Joseph exMayor Stopford Thomas Slicer of Edward The company sat down to repast at nnd were engaged in tne enjoy ment theieof until 8 at which hour the president called tor and tho sec retary read the following communication and resolutions Henry Socrotnry ot Unitarian Club DEAII ttio monthly mooting ot tho Lib eral Uulou bold at YOUIIKB March tho practical plan for the npllltins uL tha OB proaoutad by Htilo m a recent otsay buforu your was oousMortid auct It WM voted that tlio enclosed unanimously adopted ns an exproalon of sympa thy ot tbo oiub for tho ntuiimnunt of so ileslraala an bo iunt the secretory ot tho Unitarian tfratorually Soorotary Inbnral tJrion the members of tho Liberal Union Club hnve rend with very diiep in terest of the plan in a recent essay by George before the Unitarian Ulub of this for educational and philHnthropIo work in sections ol Bos which uroatly need considera tions aud efforts it is therefore That tho proposition of Hale commends itself the judgment of this club as eminently liberal and That this club hereby records its high appreciation of the enlightened and humanitarian spirit of tho essay abovo referred with its best wishes for the suc cess of the project so impressively and for cibly outlined by ics and tender such aid as we may bo able to render in be half ol the object The club voted that the resolutions should bo duly and then followed a report ot the commltteo ou the plan referred This committee stated thut it fully approved of the proposed reported progress and asked n con tinuance that the details mitht be properly Tho president hereupon an nounced tho subject of discussion lor the evening What to do Trltb Our SToninc and introduced tho mnn Who has counted every child and youuB porson in the United the Carroll who spoko substantially as follows You have hnpplly mentioned our occupa tion hero on but an nmusuiff disous Biou in our office a day or two since arose ns to our occupation according to tho good there will be no enu meration in For my pnrt of discussion before us I choose the ethieul instruction in our Sunday I am tarnished a text from tha llttlo book by on Tho Morality They Meet Around tha Board The Representatives of the House of 1802 hold a reunion at tho Porker Houso last aud it proved a pleasant time lor all In the twentylive years that have claused since this then numbering was in 98 have Qooree tho pre aud in a pleasing way introduced tho John Fletcher acted as sec Of those present there were Henry Pierce of Amasa Nororotis of Charles Davis of George Heywood ot Nathauiol Gilbert of Now Pbineas Stone of James Brown of Apgood Wright of James Clark of Zeohariah Graves of Simeon Bordou of Full Everett Torrey of Hawos of Marshall ot Hcury Baldwin of Dnnlel Putnam of Aluion French of Oliver Ramsdoll of Henry Lothrop of South Sing Sings Prison Eseapo From The Warden Cool and Over Five Hinted Cortcls Prevented from prevented the entire buildinu from bBlnsr a tola aHliough tho fraction that remains is termed practically worin The locni fire companion should bo highly commended for their etllclent No communication by telftRraph with Boston and other points Is as thn lines are nil The trains on all tho roang hero have also beun delayed nnd local business hits been generally since Ihe Some of the firemen were sliuhtly injured by while OKfnt ot the American Express and VVil liain Ferry wore quite bndly burned In on duavorlnfr to secure somn of tho contents from tno burning The total estimate of tlio Union nation and its contents Is heavily Insured in companies controlled by the Boston Albany Tno work of reconstruction will ho begun at The fence between the mniu thovouithfarn and tho over which GO much controversy hia nrovontfd the lire dtnutnment Irom reaching tho scene of the fire as soou as could have been done had direct access been LIUI K urweil i1 uy VL LiUleHeld of Benjamin Futimm of In oallinif the meeting to Hey wood said tliat it Kftve him Treat pleasure to preslda at tho twentyhtth reunion of tha members of tlio House of Representatives of Ho spoko of the tryinK timo throiiKh which they A notable fart was that there had never been runooi all had been frienilly nud Henry sooke for the oora niittoo on He prouostid the divid ing of Ihe Commoriweiilth into anil his remarks brought forili William Crofts was a guest at the Ha spoke for the ouicials of the Ho said ho was the only surviving official of the Legislature of Norcross spoke for the If there ever a body of uion who were dlstinpuislied for unalloyed it was the House of Ha paid a clowlnc trliiiito to General Gush iuKi who was a member of that NEW Hamilton of Mattawamkeag zraud secre George Braokott of Belfast vice Knight of PAN HANDLE More Evictions April police have been ordered to resume evictions on the Marquis ot Lansdownes ontates next This boiUK the William OBrien will proceed to Canada immediately to clo nonnco tlie moiqnis course lu ganotioalug the Hoyti Made No Suoh Aoril the Hay tian consul general writes to the Jour nal des Debats denying that Hayti in to give Toptuna Island in settle ment of Englands Octcrmtnod to Stick for Wlae Hoar 83 a April The condition of the itrike of the juarrymeu at Norcroas Brothers yard remains A visit to the yard this aud a talk with Superintendent Willard brought out the following facts in regard to the strike Willard said that on March 29 n request was made by a committee of quarrymen that nine hours a day and elpht hours Saturday should constitute a days work without a reduction of They were requested nl this time to kfcep at work until which they agreed to Last Saturday Ihe committee again waited on Superintendent Willard ami he requested them to init the propositiou in and the foil iwint bill was presented at a meet ing held March US the were appointed a committee to wait on the tmoeriutendeut of Korcrosn broihers to present the follow ing bill tluit the hours be redueed from tan to with etcht on Satur with the tame pay as hereto that the men working in the quarry shall be giveu sufficient no tice to leave the quarry before a blast shall bo thut all drillers aud lewlsers at the switch shall be WILLIAM MICHAEL The reason the committee gave for ask ing the above increase was that these were na rates paid in yuincyand itbHr Threaten to Sue the If Charged are Bfot April chief of the Brotherhood oi Brakernen on the Pun Handle called upon Deputy Mayor before whom warrants had been sworn out this and stated tnat he had been employed on the Pan Handle road or the last four Dur ing that time he bad never seen anything crooked among the The brother he would employ counsel to defend the and if possible establish their innoi If proofs were shown of their the brother hood would assist in their It was tho to proceed against the company for if the charges against any of the men under arrest nre not The counsel for the prisoners have not yet determined on a plan of nut say they are waitlnz the result of the hearing on The cases against the prisoners will then be disclosed and thus let the men know what they are expected to Every effort is being made by the attorneys for the railroad to push the cases so they can be heard by the present grand and thus secure a trial at the praseut term of The United States authorities have de cided to proceed against the Pan plunderers for breaking into government bonded An investigation is now in audareuort will be laid before the Department of Justice for further The Pennsylvania company announced through one ot its leadluir orlickls today that rive days would bo given to people hav ing in their possession eoods stolen from the Pan Handle in whioh to return the All theso packages must be ad dressed pack age Union No questions will oe asked and no further iu vosiikution follow if the goods are The company has a lilt of over forty bonnes in this city in whlh stolen property is and it is to reaoli these and save the trouble of numerous arrests and long trials that this method has been The only arrest today was who WUB captured at and brought to this oity There are jilue charges against This makes sixtythree men now under H Is said that the robherles were of greater extent has been Already worth of stolen property has been Hud all the stealing employes been arrested it ie believed that the operation of the road would have boon There were at least lot informa and on an average each Information contained tbo names of three A number ol suspected employes hate Russia Again April stated that tha Issue ot a new Russian loan tot roubles is Death of Arciat April Augustus the has died at Cannes ot heart Steamer Victoria April steamer Victoria is Twelve of the passengers were Death of Eculotor April Eugene Andre the French is aged REFUSED THE ot the Old Testament I rannot vouch Jor the Blze bad it been on the Smyth lu his work states that a phi loEophy of however charinlna it may will prove mneftectuul unless brought to the heart of every It Is essential to every country that the highest principle must touch tho heart and every body of intelligent In olden times it was the province of the minister to stand forth and thunder the doctrines of Today wo have no pluce for athan Edwards man to succeed in this day must preuoh of the relations of man kind to This la pure in our Sunday thin of man to man must be brought Into promi and 1 am glad to see that the teach ing in our Unitarian schools looks toward the exclusion of theology and includes the more practical Of our da let thcm nn in fluence In me work of moral Iu answer to the opposition which states there is no I say let some bo let the if in the be Ap Mun at JBoitan Entertained In XCagnl Strains of mualc wafted through tho halls nnd rooms of lha Quinoy House yesterday under the direction of Thomas and cheered tbo gentlemen seated around thn tables of the New Hampshire Dinner was begun soon otter 1 Some of those who sat at tho tables wore GBnornlUoutfias Wiildo OurilB Jmnea Ellol Wnltor Jameii a After dinner the following iiamns were nrouosed and elected to membership to thn olub Gooige Boston Walter Jnfftoy Nashua and The in a few words of greeting to tho New Hamp shire introduced Worthinuton of tho suid Gentlemen of tho New Hampshire hardly under stand why It is that this olub assembles here today to honor Massachusetts newe papor lor In your own State there are many papers which rank among tho best in Boston Albany Station at Palmer in Two Firemen Killed in Chicago Big Blaze in Srso April George who is serving a sentence in Sing Sing prison for killing a man in tho barroom was bunging up shirts shortly after 8 oclock this morning lu the drying room on tho top lloor of the threestory brick building I hut is used for a when ho saw nhlaxe in the lust compart montof a series on each side of an eighty loot corridor and next to tho shirt room at tho oast end of tho Tom a fellowconvict and prison saw the tiro about the same They immediately gave an and it was sounded throughout the The flames made rapid progress for the drying room was hoatod by coils ot steam pipes and kept at a touiporaturo of ISO had madu tho wood highly iutlnin Many of tho convicts were lot out of the and within live minutes after tho arm was givou two streams wore playing n the The new pump iu the moss led by an underground aquo uot from the was set working nnd vas BOOH throwing streams ou tho Thoro were about lifio convicts employed n parts of tho nnd the momentary excitement which prevailed was iiuioted by tho armed who irdirad tlio men to KOt us quickly as Thoro nothing like u or excellent diHClnliiio wns GUI in tlio yurd the 60U or liOO convicts vero ordered into tholr riwueutive couipa anil with tho exception of u few who were detailed to assist in saving tho con ol the building were inarched to their ells as though nothing him ijoiuool tlmui exhibited remarkable apti ude for fighting iho Tom Frntik in thu lonkeiB was formerly a and with exPolico Sergeant Orow ey and the leader of the old of who mudtt their rendez vous near Trinity wore foremen of Ihe Einil the artist of New who was couvii tod of gruud TO TJSE Conflagration nt Oanied by a XfceroHOiie April a thriving little town in this was visited this morning about 1 oclock by fire which at ono time threatened destruction of the whole and which destroyed all the principal business portion of tho town including tho post The total num ber of stores and private residences burned was The fire originated in Walas from explosion of a Weisa and family had to oscnpo through the windows and ciovyn IIBHIBG IflR IOPHL Capture of Four Expert Swindlers in New York Ma of fawning tti Eastern and Southern People Nibble at the NEW April weeks ago four young and welldressed men hired entire third floor o tlie handsome tour story flat 832 West Fortyseventh street So cunnine nnd vigilant were the rogues that It wa difficult to ind out whaft particular countrymen they were Theroioro Captain Killilea decided not to Today ho moved on suDported by Doioctlves Roilly and lawless aud a section ot The Uiird3tory tenants were oansrht liko rats In a They worn in the business half of their establishment basils writing addressing copying cir culars and arranging substitute valises of the kind used hy the late Tom Davis and other hirns of his Mere are the residences professed occupation of the 20 yonrs Willlitm THE April for the twentyfour honrn commencing 7 a April New Eng land Fair aliuht rise lu tem perature variable generally Temosraturo Indicated by the thermometer at Thomp sons Spa S 6 9 12 aver age In this country and other to meet the allImportant labor you must have a high moral a new political aud this menus a new theology brought to the basis of Olvi Vf lt Iloit Xeaolilnn in oar Sunday schools and our work will bo Every mau is a preacher aud has it in bis life to infuae aud arouse proper reliaioue Theology must bo enlightened and ethics made When this Is attained our country can stand forth tho semblance of all that is Stopford Brooke was the next speaker and dualt with the phase of the discussion of tho proper employment of the young atlur tuuy have gone beyond the Sunday Ho said his work had been principally ainnnu tun poor for the last lour but thut tho experience gained was available to poor and rich Ho gave some practical suggestions respecting the uiBVbodg for both boys and Teach the boys paint provide indulge in their become personally uc aualntud with Let the girls learu improve them in Mie art of To both furnish occupation and keep them and they are inclined to be Rruteiul and disposed to believe in the truths you Thomus ahoer of Providence fol unit in opening bin remarks he con voyed the bust wishes nudfraWrnnl feelings of tho Uuititrian Club of In proceeding he dealt with the futurn of churches lu the bunds of the young Wo are constantly heaving of our peo ple drifting from our church and takini on the new method of their now First of iho future of tho church need not ue treiitud o a Why is they drou from tho line Why aro they uot In terested It lies In the fact that thoso who go tiud ByuiboliHm necessary to their bell They are doctrmiiteii by what they sec in object If symbolism is shall we supply the uiiino I No the Unitarian church is formed about nn It makes no boast oi1 antiquity of form and it simply oltuss to its AO symbol is so instantly convincing as a soul thorouiihly Intusea and in earnest respect ing reiuious for I regard a form of theology as a phortout to 1 believe it is our privilege to awaken in the mind of our children an enthusiasm bueotten by the spirit ot the parents kindle their llitle altar by reason ot the sacred the of your Let the father and mother bring these truths before their children from day to The minister cannot by prayer and zeal alone perform the work he must o access to the If the church is wanting in its proper work It will fall before it reaches the hands of the young ucuAuno Spaulding madesome interesting possession within the meaning ot the remarks touching UDOII the work of the the United To ie Boston papers stand but they too are anxious to have their circulation extend to the While mountain of tho Boston Transcript complimented Now Hampshire press Stephen OMoara of the Boston Journal made a brilliant describing the bounties of New AS seen by a lair weather New Hampshire as he called Curtla Guild of the Boston Onmmer clal Bulletin related many anecdotes about the early history of Koston James Clarko ot the editorial staff ol THE BOSTON GLOBE was next introduced by the He said Speaking about the circulation of modern and ancient I want to say n lew words a out THK The present administration marks an era in the hiutory of this paper while its Sunday circulation w as under in it is now or I dont know Eliot Lord of tho Advertiser related many valiant and which could be credited to New Hampshire Thomas Murphy drred Into the of the April the in tensified liquor passed by the last Leg does not go into effect until next the question as to tbo power ot the State courts to compel the prodaction of evidence by internal revenue ollicerB against persons Indicted lor violating the prohibitory Is liable to bo seriously considered prior to that The new law provides that the payment ot the United States special as a liquor or notice of any kind in any plaoa of indication that intoxicating liquors are them kept or given away shall be held to be prlma laqiu evidence that the person or persons paying said tax and the party or parties displaying said uotici8 are common sellers oi intoxicating and the premises no kept by them common Of course it is necessary to prove by the collectors of Internal revenue that indicted Individuals have paid this ID the past suoh have been sum moned into State courts aud have testified as At the recent term oi the Brand jury for this county eightythree dictmeuts were found against liquor deal The evidence lu a great many of the cubes was not of a very strong ana tbo prosecuting attorney secured au order of court commanding Thomas United titaces deputy collector for second division oi the district of in which division Kennebeo county is to appear on the lath day of aud brine certified copies of thp original application for a special tax and record ot payment of same by Reuben of Gard under indictment lor maintaining a liquor nulB Murphy appeared in court this after was duly sworn as a witness for the Utate in the but refused to produce the evidence called he had no ofliolal records in his Imd Iiis ankle sprained and was taken to Che This was the only accident of any account that happened to the con although some ot them were scorched and burned and had slight It was thought that the excite ment some of the inmates might try to At 11 oclock throe or four were but they wuro soon all accounted for except Thorniis a who was finally found in the burning bulki lukt working like a At noon the different keepers reported to Keeper Conuaughtou that no one was miss Nladford Grand Army Post General Samuel Lawrence Gv gate a grand military and civic hall at the Medford Opara House last Two hundred and ntty couples were pres ent The balcony was filled with Representatives were from Posts LI 167 and Majors Voye and avla represented the State order of the Sons of Among the Monday Bupermtendent VVillnrd Im Bresent formed them that he bad Investigated and tbw Xoroiou Brothers ware Chairman Major Whitney ot rominent Low of the pron 6 United States and that whatever records he bad they were merely private to assist him in transacting his official and were not intended for tho uaa of any one but nal revenue tie also said that to would be against public in jurious to the government and detrimental to its Judge who occupied the ruled that Mur phys record was not a private but was a public and he must furnish the evidence called Murphy declined to obey the order of the court and was thereupon ordered Into the custody of the sheriff of the county until Thursday morning at 10 it ho still continues 10 refuse mandate ot the punishment will be meted out to A great crowd was In attendance in the court but the ut most quiet The matter IB the talk of the town Murphy states tonight that if he is commuted to jail tomorrow by order of the Immediately apply to he will Nnthiin judge of the United States Ulatriot Court for tor a writ of babe is The result of the hearing will determine whether the pritna facie clause in the new law will amount to anything or It it the collection of internal revenue for Uuuor taxes will fall off materially in this In a great many instances tlili payment of a retail liquor dealers tax is BubBiHntlally the only evidence presented by the Sunday School and in closing made a strontr plea fov the continued inter est and aid of the members throughout the church In this IniDurtuut branch of Suvuiru was the and when he was received with much He spoke oi the lack ot interest of young peo ple for I believe the principal difficulty with young men is that religion does not seem to be a vital thing that touches business aud wnrldly In a representative town of Massachusetts statistics show that 48 per of the people fail to attend Why Simple It does not appear qt sufficient so long as they think they can get on witboui any such We need a broad definition of thu evolution of the world is towards higher fooDPider religion a mans thoughts cerning the relations towards the universe and towards the power in which we and have our Iso man can escape the consideration of no more than he can escape the There is fever a movement toward the power of our and the only fear that men have Is that 111 searching they will Hud the temule empty and no I not only say that there Is a but that God I have no fear of eiicapiiiq irom the power of roong men teal that uie element Newton Yacht Club at Sixty members of the Newton Yacht Club partook of the annual club dinner at thi Brunswick last President Hardy acted as toastmaster and tho following gentlemen made appro priate remarks to their respective toasts Sydney 1C Music was furnished by the following quartet A rtuldo The officers of the recently elentoc arc Hardy C W Hubbard Hemck Peabody ONE CODE OF SIGNALS What Kollrond men VFlieli to Urine tho Different Nisw April rallroa managers from all over the United State gathered In tho Hotel Bruuswick today to attend the time There wore ninetytwo Railroad men for some time bave been convinced that all tho roads should follow but one code ot signals and general detail The result ot their labors was the adop tion of the sot of rules approved at their meetinc last and now the general dis position is to make suoh improvements in these rules as their practical would teem to The last is as follows In all ciiBos of doubt and uncertainty take the safe course and ran no if will greatly lessen the oliuuces of The ollicers of the convention George presi rleut tirst vicepresident second and AUeii Canadas Bneeaao April general pas senger agents of the Canadian railway and steamboat companies now iu session here to arrange summer excursion have telegraphed the minister of customs that the proposed new regulations with regard to the admission ot travellers baggage from the Uuitud States toCunadiinre likely to seriously if not altogether stop tourist travel to Cana They roiaost thut the regulations In question be not put in force until sued time as the companies interested in international travel have au opportunity of expressing their views to the Commissiors to Ticket April Minne sota Northwestern has decided to the payment ot commissions to au thorized ticket holding that this is not in conflict with the uew interstate com merce Heavy Haul of April The schoonoi Grace from Grand weighed off a little over pounds of pouuds of which was The Graoe was absent three weeks and had n net stock oi Warden Brush was waiting at the rail road station to take a train for this city when ho saw tho He was very much afraid that the convicts rninht take tho oc casion to Ho estimates the loss ou the building at but Mud Mortar one of the whom he nsked to appraise the put It at The loss on fixtures iinu machinery is The Stnto never insures prison and loses about Principal Keeper Connaughton reported tho following men to Warden Brush as hav ing performed valuable services yesterday ExSeweant Boodle Alderman Puddy a lifo prisoner who in almost blind who was sentenced for life for killing a Chluninan in this cityJohu burglary Juok Mike convicted of rniinslaughter Fred ten months to serve on a fifteen ejiirs sentence for roubory Wllllara tun years for burglary Emil Thomas William robbery Colonel William formerly revenue collector of aud Thomab There were iOOO nozon shirts in the storeroom back of wliero tbo supplies nre When it wiif thought that that build ing would catih lire Alderman exPoliceman who killed Rouudi man and seven others who wure employed there aommcnced throwing them A lire brand fell ou the heao and sot them Thn last tiro in the prison was on the night of June when tho south foundry and storehouse were It was st reed by Charles the government bond who Mvoneded In Ho afterwards served a tnriu in an English but his sentence Wiis commuted be 4uso he turned Returning to the Jnitod ho was convicted lor forgery nud is now serving a ton once in Ul the HfiO men employed ibont 100 will Uo sot at work clearing up he Iho other 160 will have to he locked up with BOO more who have been idle since he stovo contract Investigation howod that the ire caught from of the litovu in tho Ironing TWO In XlndeaTorltisr to XlxttiiffuUh Flro In a Chlcauco April MoGrnths wall paper house on Wahaati avenue was totally destroyed by fire this The stock is an entire aud the building Irrepara bly The fire WHS attended by at least two Plpeman Michael Burns was standing in a fourthstory when a sheet of flame came out and enveloped ho fell into the blazing mass John a was climbing a ladder to the sec ond story when it slipped and lie fell to the crashing bis Captain Frederick Keese had his log broken by a falling The lire was out at about 5 oiviiiu to the exertions of tlio very if damage was done to the adjoining which are occupied ly wholesale jewelry and millinery A careful estimate of the loss makes it about to ouo on the and on the The insurance is said to bo Tho latest estimates of the loss on stock by the McGrath tiro make the aggregate any where from to The in surance is somewhat larger than was sup posed thin and aggregates 000 including each in the f hcomx ot Hartford and Uoston In insurance on the Orient of Hartford hold aud in the on the building the of Hart ford VISMBUB WTf PlatimFriuae Shop nud Othor Itiillilliigi April lire at oclock this morning started in Sllsbys tannery at and obtained good headway before aid Itnuread rapidly to the currying picture frame Gores barn and and the barn owned by the Troy Blanket Mills Assistance was summoned from and a steamer arrived at which undoubtedly prevented a disastrous con perhaps the destruction of tha Tho Hamos wore under control about u The lire originated in the bark mill in the The pictureframe and thu Troy riluukot Mills Companys bunt are u total lass with all the The tan nery and were operated by Tho stock belonged to Jobnsou of Loss on insured in home companies for Loss on SHOOO msnred for Tho pictureframe factory was owned by and was being littud up for a box shop by Loss on JiouO insured lu home companies for Loss insured In companies tor SBOiX Joseph Boutera loss on stored furniture was S800 In homo companies Sac Loss on blunknt dwelling nnd barn and con insured iu Manufacturers Fire and tor Loss on Govts 8160 insured for Many are thrown out of dentiy Brown did an immense Everything was re meed to a Books were kept with the neat ness and accuracy of a long pasteboard boxes vyere filled with ad dressed envelones containing circulars ox plalnniff tliofiohome lu the guarded usually A liberal expenses is toed to the victim present of 81000 la gold il tlio goods are not what they repre Kxcent In tinswor to the first lottery the countryman in not to aipn his but must usn au alias sutiKestod by tbu greett goods That enclosed m thi circular is what looks likb n newspaper U tolls how one Charles J ecker was ar rested For passing counterfeit money in largo and a government expert tuniH from Washington to examine tho Ho pronounced thorn anil said they find been printed from plates which a dishonest workman in theTreasurr Department had Lists of tho customers were Kept in littla Each mans address anal rating at the commercial agencies wero with the date when correspondence was ond the name of tbo to stop when be visited New Yorjt The name ho as to irlvo nnd that assumed by tho Kawdust artist himself were alad caret It appears from those lists that the South oru and Kastern States were most actively The swindlers had a copying machine of tho latest design ior their alrcni a dozen mercantile agency six new vallsus nnd as many neat parcelsy wranpod in heavy bound with stoal cord and carefully like a valuable oxinCBS Cantiitn Killilea opened one parcel to find a box containing a brick and some old Trash oi theKIUJIO sort In thai Of course thoro was nocounterfoiti Aha pollen found iu iiev notcri of the United Stilton and Most of this sum was In seductive packngea consisting Tho other bills wcfu placed on thu top and bottom ofi the with light grueu paper A uuantity of thlK paper was Hundred of letters had como in answen to tno The letters indicate that a surprising number of men In thu Kasterxu and southern have been luiueh tho sawdust men and neatly Found Dead at Palls GTCTCAT April aged who had been on a since was found dead lu a barn in the upper part of this village this mornlnsi Blake is said to have a wife and Falls Woman Suffrage in April Sew finally imssed tho joint resoluU tlon proposing a womau suffrage oo tloual amendment 27 For Embezzling NEW April Carrier Et Russell was held by Commissioner Shields today for embezzling Store Burnnd at April grocery store of Manchester in the block owned by Ezra Bay was damaged by thin partially In In going to tho tire Porler was throwu under his horso and had Ills lee No Mornwk Valley April dan gur along the Mohawk from high water ii now A vronderful Elastic Starch is without a Elastic btarou no LOSS OTJEK Tho Iloiton Albany Htattou mar lu April elaborate new union passenger station at thu utiU zod by tho Boston Ware River and New London Northern wag lostroyud by a most disastrous tiro this af Thu flames nnd smoke were discovered about issuing from thu oilice of the American Express a struc ture which is connected with tho main por tion of the Thu ollico of the express company unoccupied at the time the lire was llrtt the em ployes Ijelng at work uuou tbo exterior of the who allege thut the exact cause nl the coullaerailon wus owing to nn explosion uf nasoliuu which is utilized for lighting the pipes hulug laid directly under the and fur some time past the apparatus bus worked so imtiroperly that u strong odor was very Tho dames spread rapidly to the main at which time the tire companies were working to provent thu flames Irom Kettinir buyond The new wus constructed three years ago the forthcoming summer nt a cost of about and wus acKiiowludged to be one of the liuest on the line of the iioston Alhauv The lose m a severe ono to the company well as the inhabitants o thiu town aud the travelling The loss of tho American Ex press Com nan including is estimated at together with valuable documents of various while thousands of tickets accompanied by a sura of money which cannot at present be esti were destroyed in the ticket The station was provided lib one oi the linos i diningrooniH iu New run by Armstrong The loss of this company is estimated at SaiiO or A large quantity of the cles contained iu the dining apartment were saved couseaucutly the loss u uot BO A quantity ot baggage and parcels were also the exact loes of which oau not be extlmated at attuctiua halua Deatruotion of a April all the business portion of was destroyed by lire last Twentyone buildings are so fur reported with a total loss of Many citizens will lose everything aud will need Blaze at April alarm of fire from Box 60 at MAplewood this after noon was for a lire in the woods off Cherry The fife was finally put out after three hours work by tha tiiouwii and citi Planmc Mill April Ourrie planing mill was burned Tho alarm trom box 78 at oclock last evening was for a lace curtain catching fire from a stove at suite 27 Union Damage A slight fire lost evening at 10 Morton In the house occupied by Louis was extinguished by Patrolman Sullivan of Station A kerosene lamp ou the second floor was the GOOD TEMPLARS ut JLuanal at tho Grand ItUodu Anrll Tho Grand Lodge of Good Templars of Rhode Island re suuied its twentyfirst annuiU session here Tho question of the adoption of the uniform constitution WUB discussed and re ferred to the next Bomiunnual The proposed union ot the Right Worthy Grand Lodge and the Right Worthy Grand Lodge of the World at Saratoga Springs iu will necessitate important changes in the organic The annual election of DlUcovs resulted as follows Couaut Brand Far num graud Annie Smith grand IL Ormistou Beverly grand L L grand Lmrfeo grand imrtln Smith grand Mary Baker grand superintend Juvenile Parker rep resentative to riiunt Worthy Oruud Farnham Allle THE New England Dental 181 TEEMONT Arotho flnost and bast equipped vooms iu Now All iciuds Den work do no lu flrstolasa manuor and on Extracting tooth without pala a tho very beat ma to rials lunll b or our aud nuarautoe liblow wo apiiaad a partial PriooLUU Best Gum on Rubber per set Temporary Sets aoo Partial Sets from Teeth Reset on New parset Extracting Teeth Jfil Silver Cement and Gold and Nitrous Oxide Gas administered All other work proportionately We make no obMreefor examinations j Iuithor Information or obtiilned by calling on or addressing Now England Dental No 161 rrremunt HOUIB from 8 to S National Ooora Oomonny April National opera which comuleted Us en gagement in this city last and which was to have left for San Franciscoimmedi utely after last nights is still The Union Iaolrio road refused to transport the cars containing the scenery nnd stone fixtures without receiving in ad vuiioe MiDfrintendent U Hi of the Wugner Bloeping Car further embarrassed mutters bv refusing to allow his pars to bo moved without the payment of Manager Charles K Locke telegraphed Washington Connor of New York this afternoon aud received a dosoatrh authorizing Hayes aud the rallmad company to draw ou him for their The twentynine oars at the opara company will BO oat in three Motions to LADIES WANTED I WOODS Oaii seta nnd Corded CorpeJ Tamploo Jqr Hose Ladles Agents are South Salina ThSa Let the Rooster Grow SPECIAL STVLK OP DERBY Tha noopio rielightad vitb aai ATS uid 278 Washington Soring Iders Booi   

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