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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - June 18, 1887, Boston, Massachusetts                                And nonsense nlinut horses how to nnil cnjuy With Tim Soven Horsu Ages of Mini nnd aovcral comlfi SCO SUNDAY THE HIT Of tho HOES grunt Wnr Story In THE SUNDAY A Rood synopsis and a fresh Instalment In THE SUNDAY OLOBE tomor asr SATURDAY JUNE PRICE TWO Ill Cradle of Splendid Eecgiou to Hotel Lee Entertained by Post 15 of the Grand Speed aes Breathing the Most Fervid What the Country Owes to Vir ginia and How the Southern Visitors Spent the Day in tadies of the Party Entertained at the Tremont The clouded skies of tho morning gave ray to bright sunshine and tho Confederate Veterans nnd their Indies rose refreshed after a good nights sloop nnd pro pared for the continued hospitalities of the Soon after 8 oclock tho veterans and members of Post 15 assembled at tho head auarters of the post and were treated to a band At the close Comrade R Pierce notified tlio Southerners that they were to bo made prisoners of war for a short and moved at once to bo taken to where they would be paroled on the Tho two organizations then marched to tho where Charles Cnrletoi tho oldtime war correspondent o tho Boston gave a brio description of tho that wan listened to with grout At Iho close tho veteran returned to tho At 11 oclock Post 1C assembled a in full and at oclock marched to tho Tromon took the guests ill and un dor escort of Battery Light Artillery Major Dexter Follow in ant tho Montgomery Light Guard Veteran As Colonel Thomas Dohorty marched to Charlestown over tho following route Devonshire Now Washington streets to Beverly wber tho post and its guests were received by posts 11 and of Charlestowi and escorted to their place in The veterans were warmly received as they marched over the the particu lars of which will bo found in another col and at tho close of the march were entertained by Abraham Lincoln looked into each others flaming with tho lire of at Fair nt Hharps at can sit at the cial nnd in good will nnd comraila ilp tell again tho story of those fearful Wo welcome you tonight not only as extending the right hand of fcl owship to hut as citizens of tho HI Commonwealth of Massachusetts recting citizens of tho old Com lonwealth of In tho arly days the republic tho ords of affection that bound us were many nd For a time they were broken ut tonight wo join them anew and swenr lonnil Again I bid you hearty nd cordial It now gives 1110great pleasure to intror uco to yon as tho loastmaster of Ihocvon ng Comrade Harrison Humo of Post Ho closed by Introducing as tho toast iiastar and presiding officer for the ovon ng Comrade Harrison Comrade Humo made tho following noeeh Comrade citizen of your great Com nonwcalth has said flint there is some hing higher than the Confederate soldier lint there is something higher than the federal is tho brotherhood ni irave In the spirit of these words vo welcome you within walls which wcro consecrated 10 Inn ago tolhe cause of American liberty vhicli witnessed her infant struggles nnd with tho shouts of her earliest vic wlioro her youth was nurtured nnd and where tho noblest aspirations or her perpetuity and success have found where brave and noble men have spoken eloiiuently in her Now England offers you the hnnd which straight from his soldiers heart Grant offered Leo at Tonight in this place and in this presence she answers the questions of the distin guished Editor and says that she will not permit the prejudice of wnr to remain in the hearts pC the conquerors when it has died in the hearts of the That she has no prejudice to transmit to succeeding That she will not make a cheat and a delusion of tho vision of a restored and happy people which gathered above tho dying couch of our great tion for elegant and Inrgelicartod hospl forever have Peace tnlity which has been coextensive with tho A lasting and fraternal pence between tho MALL Speeches 1y Comrades Ialy and John Cloode and The banquet at Faueuil Hall rounded out the celebration of the day in a blaze of and the speeches and sentiments reflected the heads and hearts of all pres and a fitting commentary upon the efforts of any party or individual to disturb the cprdial relations now existing between the different sections of our Soon after U oclock the comrades of Post 16 assembled at the Tremqnt and as Boon aa the committee had made all neces sary tho First Regiment drum and bugle corps sounded tho as and taking the invited guests and Lee Camp in escort marched to Fancnul where tho two organizations were soon seated at the The formation of tho post and camp had been so arranged that each comrade or Post IE hnd The committee on Thomas Martin Emory Frank Philip Joseph William David Bichard Samuel had attended to their and tho hall and tables were in perfect ordor and rnndy for tlie arrival of the The hall was elaborately decorated with flags and and in front of tho platform upon which the guests sat wore tho State shields ol Massachusetts and The floral by Dee both of whom are Grand Army were singularly tho had mads the tables look and tho feast of good in terspersed by a proper distribution of Mori set added to tho enjoyment of the A more brilliant assemblage has seldom been gathered in Faneuil There were men of distinction in military and civil men who had fought on the Hold of battle and on the floors of men high in social and political and men of the rank in war as well as in all animated by a common desire to do honor to our guests and cement anew the ties of a brotherhood now made certain and secure by a perfect union of the States Invited Among the invited guests present were PastCommander Governor John Colonel Henrv Charles Captain Henry Cabot Judge George Colonel Commander Charles Ignatius General John John William Thomas Cyrus John Comdr David Comdr A Comdr Comdr Comdr Commander Colonel Major Major Adjutant AdJntuntGonorul Commander Iriniu William Louis Commander John E Colonel David Cuptidn Lieuieimnt Meutemint Captain Jieuteiuint Co plain CnptHln Lieutenant Lieutenant Captain Lieutenant Major Lieutenant Liiiutuiuint After the iiienii had been thoroughly dis cussed and the cigars Cninuinnilei Daly of Post 15 made a brief full o the sentiment of thu Comrades nf Lee Confederate vet behalf of John Andruw 5 Grand Army if tho I extend tr you a hearty We remember wltl pleasure anil with gratitude tin cordial and enthusiastic wolcnino you gave to us when wq vis ited your grand old Coniiiionwonlth Ym left undonn imtliing tha would euiitrilmtij to mid hmipl You jirnvid to us bv word and doe that yours wns ui formal thai i came from warm ilmt all the hitter iiess cuused hy four long yuais of terrible had nassoiI The veterans of thufirnnd Armv of of re joice in the upportiinity to reciprocate your and to prove to you that we are indeed rejoice in the opportunity to snov the world that thu tlia filling hisiieart with touching his lips with praise and glorifying his path to tho on which the last siirh of his expiring soul breathed a If there be some among our as among whoso souls are harrowed by tho memory of the loved and lost if there bo some with as with having learned nothing and forgotten nothing to satisfy their mad would fan anew tho liames of strife and would doubt what I have the hoys who wore the who bared their bosoms to tho storm of will tell you I speak the words of truth and sober It will bo their as It will be to calm the bereaved and troubled spirit with the story of tho the sacri fices of to Upon the other class the scorn and execration of bravo men will bo as liberally expended as it will be justly Who shall aaro to say that these men in war iu peace shall not befriends Yon know too well the story of each others You know that each has proved the other a focman worthy of his To night the mystic chords of memory stretch to many a Again you hear tho mingled din of fife and steed and trump and drum and roaring Yon comrades of tho that December morning as you stood upon the heights of how as the fog there appeared before you the most magnificent battle array ever seen upon the You see again those long linos of blue advance with musket barrels gleaming brightly in tho and with gay colors fluttering in the Onward they Now your cannon to the right of your cannon to tho left of your in front of volleys and iour shot and shell and hissing bullets made fearful but still they press They are repulsed but again and agam they return to the charge success was not within the limit of human They did not gain the but they did gain the generous admiration of a bravo and de termined Comrades of tho who of you will ever forget at when that Titanic combat of artillery that caused tho hills to labor and that filled tho air with the mad clamor of 200 had und you stood with nuskots tightly grasped to resist the shook f you saw In the cage of ho that grand column of attack ormiug Now you see them coming With measured read they advance upon iheirtahners loating defiantly in tho the gal ant Pickott with his long auburn at heir Now the artillery opens upon Others but Picketts division still presses solitary and buffeting he fierce volleys from thrice six thousand determined to wrest victory from he jaws of Garnott is dead tho jravo and chivalrous Keinper is mortally wounded the first lino is but right on comes the Led by Armistead n person they mount etono wall and place their flags upon Your runners are beaten down at their Your line is lifted up and pushed Then comes an enfilading fire Armistead alls at the feet of his foe the field officers are all You the limit of human endurance has been reached their line and tho most magnificent charge in he annals of war has passed into Comrades of the you have for the allwise God of battles had decreed that the American Union should be one and in divisible but you then and there wrote your names on the page of history as the bravest of the Comrades of the it was Virginians that made that Tonight those same men extend to you the right hand of fellow No longer Do gory sabres rise and fall Lute Bhootg ol llnmo on midnight Peace has The era of of hate and revenge has passed The era of oodwilL charity and reconciliation has We are again a united from the lakes to tho and from ocean to God grant that we may so continue until the nations shall roll up like a scroll and all created things shall ho wrapped in the bosom of the Comrades of the as I stood upon one of your hills of as an October sun was Kinking to and looked forth upon your beautiful valley of the with joy and exaltation I This is my Do I presume too much when I say that as you stood to day upon tho green turf of yonder venerable once wet with precious Hpilled in defence of human rights and human overlooking this great metropolis of Now glowing with a home of the arts and fore most in the cause of of charity and things of good witli a population enjoying the richest abun dance of public nnd private bless ings while near you were beauti ful cities and where freedom and knowledge and morals and religion are the birthright of and more than all while near you Concord and Lexington where the i fanners and where was fired the shot heard round tho nnd near you that ancient university under whose shadow to whom Vir ginia gave of whose fame all other States are proud to claim a first drew liis sword in command of American that God governs in the affairs of these ore niy brethren and oh I is my upon this day and in this place wo meet not to aiscuss policies of govern not for crimination or not to discuss motives or for motives and causes are of tho buried let tho dead past bury its but to rejoice in tho proud titlo of American citizens to pledge anew our devotion to a common flag and a common To givo each to tho other that confidence which is always due to men that offer their lives for a Wo welcome in the principle of the Grand Army of tho one and Welcome to Now England welcome to Massachusetts welcome to Bunker welcome to Fanouil Hull thnce to a soldiers home and a soldiers Under the maniwoment of Comrade Hume tho exorcises were continued as follows I In response to tho Our John who was received with limits of our country my though Boston may bo justly protul of her niBijiifflccnt her elegant her publicspirited her admirable her splendid libra her beaulifiil monuments nnd her noble the members of Lee Confederate bo ready whenever and wherever to maintain before all comers and goers her acknowledged pre eminence as the city of nn whole souled Applause and There are when silence is more ointment than There are times when language is too poor to givo ex pression to tho deep and swelling emotions nf the I con only to John Andrew Post of tho we thank you for this kind and cordial wel Ever since you threw wide open rho gates of your hospitable city we feel that Leo Camp has been cm ttirod by the John Andrew Coining from the Old ns wo wo are happy to snlute you hero ns our our countrymen and our fellow Applause and cries of Good The time was as one of the eloquent gentlemen who preceded me has and Mas sachusetts were buund together by the closest tics of interest and The time was when the story of the wrongs done by the mother country to Massachusetts ex cited a feeling of indignation in Virginia throughout all her borders from her sea board to her The time when Virginia contributed her her her Washington as colaborers with Otis and Adams and in kin llimrUtu fires of American It is true that some little estrangement baa A few years during that unpoaceful tho memory of which we nil desire to be forever buried in the deep bosom of the I a little alienation of fooling then be tween these two sister both of whom have been prolific mothers of scholars and Crits of Good and ap But it is a matter of congratulation here tonight that grim visnged war has smoothed his wrinkled and all again is It is a matter not only of congratulation but also of devout thanksgiving that we are once more one under one Constitu tion nnd with one Applause and my wlint a precious and rich inheritance is ours as citizens of these United States The beneficence of Providence has lavished upon our country advantages such as are not possessed by any other on the inhabited by none in the undeveloped treasures of her mines and her forests and which only await tho touch and skill of industry to start them into one of unpar alleled wealth and By tho blessings of Almighty God we have grown from to of pop From 13 weak and dependent col onies we have grown to 88 very prosperous and powerful vain glorious boast to say that our comtry stands today preeminent the nations of the earth for the vast expansion of its the immeasurable spread of its tho wonderful increase of its tho marvellous aggregate of its and tho measureless prosperity of its when we con template for a moment the structure of our we are filled with for the sagacity and tho wisdom of tho patriot fathers who conceived and planned Its object is tho protection of the rights of tho governed it derives its just powers from tho consent of the its officers are agents appointed uy the people to execute their Under our thank the law is the supremo power in this Cldi ief Justice Mnrnhall said that the government of the United States was em phatically a government of law and not And in a recent casu de cided by our own Supremo Court at Justice Miller tremendous spoko as follows MY AND FKLLOWCITIKESU thank you for your kind and cordial greet Tho pkiisant duty of responding to tho sentiment just proponed has been consigned to mu in behalf of Leo Confederate I uin litre to ivtuni tliiinks for this magnifi cent I am miru I vnico the sentiment of the cnnip when 1 Bay tlirvt wo nil enjoy tins most delightful occa In we nil it is good for us to lo A voice The pun appreciated and pun on the speakers name and greeted with icmd ap I accept that amendment with Renewed When wo return to our homes we will carry with us most pleasant recollections of this and wo will cherish forever our heart of hearts the grateful memories of this Kind nnd cordial Ap The city of the metropolis of Now has long enjoyed a reputa tered words that deserve to bo engraved upon the heart and memory of every citizen when he said No man in this country is so high that he is above the law no officer of the law may set that law at defiance with impunity ap From the highest to the they are but creatures of the law and are bound to obey you have heard some thing about the I enjoyed that elo quent address of your distinguished com It touched my I do not know whether it is in ordor to say anything about tho Cdes of Go I will say this to you who have heard the popping of different kinds of from the popping of these cham pagne have witnessed in our day the most gigantic civil war the world has ever From the founda tion of tho government there had been two opposing theories as to the limitations upon its powers under the Those radical differences of opinion finally cul minated in While war al most every inch of Virginias soil wag oressed by its bloodred Almost every field was a and almost every house a When tho war terminated people of Vir ginia had literally nothing left to them but the But they did not despair they did not sit down and fold their arms in igno ble They went to went to work with a resolute purpose nnd indomit able will worthy of the American race from which they What has been the resultV I undertake to say that no people upon this earth lias ever exhibited greater creative energies than the people of that State since tho ter mination of the The statistical tables will show that they have produced move more more more man ufactures than they ever did in tho same number of years Applause and They have built more miles of Now wo are hero to talk as brethren and I want to say this to peo ple of Virginia are very much misunder stood in some sections of our common coun I prof ess to know that I know whereof I affirm when I tell you that there is not a man among them who would reestabHh tho institution of slavery if he Cheers and And there is not a man among a man who harbors in his breast one particle of animosity or resentment against this proud member of the American Union or its bravo When they furled at Appomattox that torn and tattered bnmier which they had followed for four long years nnd professed to renew their allegiance to the govern ment of tho United they acted in good faith and did what they Loud They did not how and I am bound to say I am hero to make a clean breast of Cries of Good nnd You wouldnt have any respect for mo if I came hero with any hypocritical I say that the people of Virginia do not believe that the essential character of our as formed by our has been changed by the result of the fho war abolished slavery and de stroyed forever the doctrine of But it did not break down tho barriers of the It did not remove its limitations upon the it did not destroy tho Federal character of this great It did not convert the government of well defined and limited powers into a grand consolidated my I want to repeat with emphasis that when any man in this broad land supposes that tho mother of thut forestborn whoso heaven born elpquence first kindled tho fires of freedom in America the mother of who framed tho declaration of American inde pendence tho niother of who wrote the first constitution of a free and independent commonwealth the mother of wlio was confess edly tho father of the American constitu tion thu mother of John the highest and bolit nuidel the world has over known of the able and incorruptible judge the mother of George Washington loud applause and upon whom all tho gods have neemed to set their seals to give tho world assurance of a I say when any man in this broad lund sup poses that Virgina does not love this which Is a largo part of the creation of her own is mistaken that is Laughter and Ho IH most grievously He is as much mistaken us that hardened old sinner was whu didnt believe in the state of future but after his sent n message to bin pious through a spiritual and asked her to send liim some summer as lie had been a little mistaken about his theory while Applause und my here tonight in this his toric around which so many hallowed memories and historic associations standing hero in old Fnneuil the vory cradle of liberty itself I declare to my and I know what I full in the free men nnd I to you that the most earnest desire of the people of Vir the most earnest aspiration of their hearts and prayers to God that we may and peace between the If unfortunately our because wo nave como back and mean to stay mid wo are ready to cooperate with you men of Boston nnd Massachusetts in starting imr country upon a new career of prosperity ap if unfortunately tho gov ernment should bo involved in trouble with any foreign the men of Virginia will respond wllli as muoh alacrity applauseand as those of If our sister Commonwealth tho old Bay should get into any trouble with its neighbor across the border laughter on the fishery question or any other and should send down to the Old tho old Macedonian cry Como up and help us the men of Virginia will come at your gentle they will They will como like the warriors of a clan alpine at the sound of their chieftain they will como as George Washington and his patriots came in when the thunder of hostile cannon hrst began to echo and reecho along your But I have already detained you too Cries of Go go In conclusion I desire to express to you on hehnlf nf the members and these noble boys our profound nnd heartfelt enjoy ment of your kind and cordial wel Permit to in voke for this goodly city and all people the greatest measure of and the choicest blessings of Ap I will make a and I Know you will lot us drink to tho health of each and every one of the mem bers of the from the bottom of our hearts to the bottom of His Excellency Governor Ames was called up by tliistoast Mossachusettssummoncd Washington to lead the armies of New Eng Virginia sent corn to feed their brethren in Jefferson penned tho Declaration of Adams in spired Congress to proclaim and adopt I give you Jlassnchusetts and The historic ties that unite them still live in the hearts of the and spoke as fol lows COJIMANDERS AND VXTKHAKS OP MASSACHUSETTS AND is a most agreeable duty which devolves upon mo today to welcome in the name of tho Com monwealth of Massachusetts those repre sentative men of tho Commonwealth of In this ancient hall there are no memories that are not pleasant no associations but Wo call Fanouil Hull tho Cradle of Liberty and no man who knows that page of history which was begun at Lexing ton in Massachusetts and was ended at Yorktown in Virginia needs to be told The time has gone trust nqverto return when Massachusetts and Virginia will fail to appreciate and understand each In the long future that unrolls lioloro the the people if tho old Bay State and the people of tho Old Domin ion have to work out a common Tho bond of the Union links us together in the treatost the mightiest league of States that the world has ever We sometimes hear it said that there is a now but that only half states tho There is a new us well as a now South there is a new Ameri can nation grown up since ttio Tho entire North and in when the great civil conflict had but of people in At this moment It contains of There are two nations on our soil today of tha size of tho nation of and thnnk are under tho sumo In the splendid march of development which is before tho people of Virginia and those of Massachusetts have a mutual share und share Your State has a proud a great but her present lias in it all the elements of a yet prouder and greater f She has a vast area of fertile and productive rich in growing power and rich also in mineral wealth she has a million and a half of industrious people she is showing strong educational which means progress she has ns she always her publicspirited nnd capable men of high capacity and strong Looking forward to this bright future of peaceful progress and Massachusetts seeking always to Won by the New Burgess Sloop At tie fieptta of tlie Dorcte tor Yaclit Famous Shadow Yields to Her New While Watsons Shona Far is Nahant Bay Filled with a Multitude of Swift WHRK you reach home worn out with over or oppressed by tho bathe the face and or whole with Ponds Extract and Nothinij is so IlltvltJn i keep somewhere near the head of the pro cession bids Virginia and wishes her people tho largest and fullest measure of happiness and Groat also one of the original thirteen has a peculiar pride in Vir Both States were settled by people of the same although they differed vory strongly on questions of polity and religion both States wele preeminent in the struggle which resulted in the birth of this nation both Slates have ever been noted for activity in commercial pursuits and as the homes of men of great ability and ex traordinary They are elder sisters of one great For Virginia Massa chusetts has only the kindest feelings and the best and I am glad that it is my privilege to say so hero and now in this historic place and in the presence of those from the Old Dominion who so well rep resent tho people of that State and the spirit of its So may it be Colonel In introducing the next speaker tho toastmuster said are a We should therefore pay duo honor to its chief An officer as exalted as any known among conferred by the suffrages of his ana to whose power obedience is not because of his but because of tho veneration for tho laws which raised him to his high It is altogether fitting and proper that Virginia and being the birthplaces of nine should pay proper respect to that exalted I now propose the health of the President of the United Response by Colonel Henry officer port of Colonel Kent made an eloquent iu which ho alluded to the era of good fooling now oxistlnij be tween the Ho spoke of President now in the full blazoof criticism and and said he was tho first citi zen of tho nrst nation of the No man commanded so much none was more and spoke of him as u man who thought patriotism higher than party or political Goortro The following toast was sent from Loo and was responded to by George Hoar and George Wiso of Vir ginia proud whose heroic iichiuvoinents have embla sxrnod our national the Old your comrade of once more Bulutfg you with fraternal Mr Hoar said both wore tho mothers of great both framed the Constitution and both were of the same great The friendship of Virginia was a token that four years of strife cannot wipe out 00 years of Virginia doos not need to care at what price sbo bought her present when in less tlntn a quarter of a century she sends Loo Camp to Mas sachusetts does not need to when sho con point with pride to a John George George Wiso also as follows is the first time I have set foot upon Massachusetts And niy first feeling now is to return to Massachusetts and her people our heartfelt thanks for their vory warm and cordial Wo liiid heard of Bostoniun but we had no proper conception of it until wo came and felt it felt it in our Tho only trouble that I have is that none of my money has hueii taken in except Confederate Laughter and 1 crept into an outoftheway corner with amiin yesterday expressly in order that wo might havo an opportunity to spend a dol lar on our own As I passed along tlio sttuuts i could as the noble senator of Massachusetts has 1 caukl not distinguish a Virginian frotn a I begin to feel as if 1 was again in only your ways are u little more Lauirnter ami gentlemen of the Grund I mean your There was nothingtliat our hearts could ask that lias not been It was a heavy tusk to impose Virgin 1o iisk mu to answer for Virginia upon this Vou gentlemen of thut it is a fashion of Virginians to talk too much about their own and wo all and it is nn honest sunti that thero is no spot upon tho 1aco of tho earth whore the sun Bhiues brighter than upon tho old and if I wore to speak tho feelings of my per haps I would say too but we found out that Klorious excelled us in It is not necessary for mo to speak of the past history of the grand old It has been told hero tonight by tho eloquent gen tlemen who have preceded but Massa chusetts cannot doubt when she gives her pledge of honor on this It was Virginia that first proposed a confed eration of and when it was With tho good fortune which usually at tends it an race days the Dorchester Yacln Club had almost ideal weather for it1 hundredth Tlio one thing whicli marred the perfect day was tho fact that the wind did not blow hard enough to satisfy tho lovers of wet docks and house oven in this particular there was nothing at which a reasonable person could for at notiinodur ing tho was there a Tho wind hold steadily in one direction from start t finish nnd it increased to ill i to a sailing breeze as the afternoon wore The race was memorable for Its enabling j Burgess1 latest production to score her lirst Adams cutter sailed a splendid race and defeated no less a comj petitor than Bryants famous the wind was a triilo too light for tho Cohasset but when all is said there is no denying the fact that the now yacht is a remarkably fast and it is fair to presume that she will do oven better work when her rigging has had tlie newness worked As for tho Watson sho could no nothing with the American In point of she was bcatoii by both of her keel and by two of tlie centreboards as Adams thus wins TUB GLODK and sho has Tins GLOIIKS con gratulations upon her wellwon When Tiuc GLOIIIE Ocean loft her anchorage on tlio thero was hardly a breath of and it was doubtful whether the prevailing wind would como from the eastward or from tho Sho steamed directly to Commercial Dor where she took on board the judges for tho race and tho newspaper representa under tho charge of the re gatta sho was headed for where she wns to fulfil tlio duties of Judges boat upon this happy On our course down tho bay wo passed scores of yachts under all heading for the general As wo passed out Broad sound the bay was covered with white sails in all and be fpre the start fully 1EO yachts were man oeuv rmp about the The majority of these had como merely as spectators of tho but scattered in them were a choice fleet of 50 which were to do battle for glory and incidentally tot the prizes offered Towering above the racers could be seen the swinging a wellfitting shit of sails oi no mean She moved very quickly in the light and was the object of much favorable The old received many ad miring Curious eyes follow tho movements of tho narrow cuttor Maud appeared under tho name of and Atalanta had returned to her former having a pole mast which carried a now suit of In addition to tho racers thero wore many noncontesting yachts which carried their complements of lovelyrgirls and ath CUUOron Cry for Sltcliovu refreshing and Beware of felt for that that was the exigencies of not the BulHcient national sloops Kgierina and Among tho steam crafts were Lasata and owned by Harry rear commodore of the Hull Tug City of Portsmouth car ried the clubs and they enjoyed the races to tho As tho starting time drew tho wind hauled into tho Flags number i and 0 were run which signined that tho first leg of the course would bo to tlie whis tling buoy off tho which would give a beat dead in tho eye of the Tlie courses sailedwcro as follows FOR 8KCOND from sliming lino bptwnon Judges ynoht nnd leaving Graves whlHtlinK buoy on stur WUnnrop bur buoy on Hiighoat ut starting lino on Graves whistling buoy on Wlnthrop bar buoy on to nnd Blurting HO Limit of six IOIl THIRD AKD 1OVllTII From Btuttlmj leaving Graves whist ling buuy on Wlnthrop bur buoy on rtir to und across Blurting 10 Umll uf thrco and onalmlf The signals wore given promptly on the whistle was blown wnich statted the second class boats on their The yachts were launched to tho eastward of tho and all bore off mak ing a close Vision oroHscd fol lowed by which was just to wind ward of Then followed tho Mabol nnd Tho wind was light at tho but sev eral interesting tilings happened right fhon and Shadow walked right through Slionas then pointed across her and 200 yards after tho start she had established herself on the Scotch cut ters weather and kept sttindlly moving up to windward and ahead of Wat sons Bryant had reason to feel doubtless liis pleasure was shared by tho sturdy American Arb who handled Shadows wheel with his usual But meanwhile another boat was doing great work in a uuiot Papoose had started to and Adams wisely gave her a good She ran oft to lee but footed vory and soon was clear of tho so that slio got the wind clear Then sheets were hauled a and sho stood as closo as tho and held a faster reach than any in the Meanwhile tho third class had gotten across the Atalanta in tho The order was Lizzie Prince Raven and Prince Karl and Lizzie Daly came about nnd niadu n short starboard tho rest of tho fleet having gone off on tho port Breeze stood away out to sea on her starboard and either by holding a bettor wind or by faster nailing sho scored an easy victory in hor Tho fourth class mado a pretty picture as they all boro off for tlio They arrived in such quick succession that there was not much diiTeronce between but the first ones wore as follows 8ea Myth and The next woto in a Black Cloud being in the and Torn Cat tho last one across tho At oclock Papoose came about on her starboard tack und headed tor the whistling She was then far away under tho holding a fine brooze and going through the wator very Shadow tacked at tlio saino but she could not hold which soon passod being at that time some 20U yards to Shona had run away oft to lee and had lost a good mile und a half to tho American boats on a single Tlio times of rounding the whistling buoy wcro as follows 24 28 31 32 18 8t Ml 30 10 Irlucu 37 80 Sll 4O 44 00 48 30 CO 00 From tho whistler to Winthrop it was a run with wind on the port but far enough aft to allow of setting a spinnaker and luoouiiru it out This run was Continued ou tUe JSluUtu By Using Platts Chlorides Freely much sorrow and trouble may bo It is tha best am I has no bad CRUSHEDJO Three Ken Killed in a Kailroad Accident in and Several Others Seriously Juno most horrible accident that ever took place on the Schnylkill Valley branch of this Penn sylvania railroad occurred this near 20 miles from this An a passenger train bearing nearly 50 persons was rounding a curve at 30 miles nn the engineer noticed a freight rain coming towards them on the same and only GO feet He ils put down the told ils Charles Do to jump for JIR Just then tho two engines and OtrHitvon was caught and crushed to The greatest consternation prevailed among tho who were badly shaken while above tho hissing steam rose the cries of many Fifteen freight cars were tho engines stove into each and passen for cars were badly Engineer ayson had his ankle sprained in jumping engineer of the wan seriously injured in the head and back George his was injured a Louis com mercial tonight is In a seinicon scions condition from concussion of tho and is Ira conductor of the had his kneo Bag gagemaster Wilson was also and many others slightly John a tramp printer from who was steal ing a ride on the was squeezed Cause of ing of SLOOP WICKER OF THE FAMOUS SLOOP he finest smictnclo of tho as tho last mat rounjeii tlio whistler as Papoose vns about to round the Wintlirop and hero was a procession of ivitb all kites set ami everything drawing o a good Shadow hold Papoose letter in free Tho cutter had icaten her 4 minutes BO seconds on tlio windward but on the sevenmile run otlio starting point she added only 1 minuto f seconds to her Inpontio did splendid sallliiK on tlio rjmch from Wlnthrop to the starting Tho breeze bad increased so that ulie was heeled to tho and wns tossing the foam to either side of her powerful She drove along clean as iu doing a good eight and making it tomewhat difficult lor the steam ynoht to her In time to take the photographs from which tho cuts embellish this description wore Sho roundid the stakeboat In lino und stood toward the Browstors again at a rate which showed that there wan no hope for her and that sho had a sure grip on Tint GLOBIS The boats rounded tho mark and started to repeat tho course atthe following times 00 2 vioiot The and fourth classes wont but once around the They finished in lino Breeze hud a long lead of all her Then came with Prince Jvarl at her Prince Karl was ca reened to but she held her speed never Lizzie Daly and the rest fol lowed in rapid the smallest class Black Cloud led across thu followed by Sea Bird and Of tho keels which was sailed by Dave defeating tho etaek Tholga and Saracen wore the next two ana they crossed within a few lengths of each Hardly were the lltilo fellows well out of tho way before Papoose rushing for the Sho had boon gaining and now lone lead of Shadow had dune better with the stronger as she had lost huts minutes sec onds on the second while she had lost f minutes 45 seconds in tho first round with tho light When Papoose crossed the who was called out How much do we allow Shadow On being told ho said Good enough wo heather and proceeded to execute the historic Burgess sign of priori a somersault upon tho wot His delight was and both ho and his boat were cheered on every while guns wore fired and Oeoan Gem added her whistle to tho Shadow crossed nn easy winner in her and then tho others followed at long Intervals except Aglaia and which crossed neck and and were timed on the same Tho summary follows SKCUXU Sailing IClapiuul flmo and 07 4 01 27 a 18 11 DilvU 13 OK 4 JO 11 3i li 34 OU 4 Ifi 3 44 00 John liryunt 34 00 4 10 OK S 23 40 1oyen SI Oli 4 M BO 3 2B HO Clillilautlll I3 Olt 4 40 m H 4ti Ntlll 81 01 4 40 18 3 fill 40 lldlCue S3 08 4 62 14 4 03 3ti TiriKU Pnrat 20 OU B 31 24 Lizzlo OS 2 38 HO Uunvtll it 03 J iJ 12 0 8 37 08 10 13 43 00 Jilcab Itoud 27 00 2 13 B8 Utmnluun 211 05 2 4H 3D 00 00 S3 US J 63 10 2 23 ii 03 44 i 07 35 i Oil til J 00 67 2 32 BO 2 13 B8 i 18 01 1 U1 OB T111HD 08 2 37 25 Lizzie 02 2 48 SI VOUUTIl Mlnot 06 2 37 44 Tarbcll A OB 2 38 08 01 2 43 40 OH i 48 28 OU U 44 08 ol S 47 IU Frank 00 2 4S 02 3 40 00 00 Z 40 68 03 2 48 10 00 2 60 18 2 68 10 4 3G D8 13 Iercy 00 Uenson 05 tJuhorty A 07 OD 2 II 00 2 88 18 8m 08 2 SB Bluelc 2 27 03 2 08 OR IU 44 2 02 37 Si 1C 2 08 08 2 00 43 a 10 oa 2 10 27 2 10 43 2 10 4D 2 11 S3 2 1408 2 16 66 2 21 49 1 Ui 03 t 22 It 1 60 S4 2 00 BH 2 01 OS 2 01 47 2 04 08 2 04 20 2 45 42 S 08 HO 2 46 08 S 10 W 2 61 37 2 Bl 21 it 13 12 a u is 49 iu as 08 2 07 2 34 08 B 30 68 01 2 43 20 24018 Sears 24233 20730 Good III 24346 20740 1 46 40 2 08 16 lioyntun Js 01 Ol TUMI 00 11 Edith 01 S 63 OU V 2 02 2 67 40 Following are tho winners Hecond clius OLOI 1anoosa second Nccond ulass Shadow second Third class Brcezu second LUzle Third ulkss Ata Fourth eliids Volante sec ond fourth cluss rosy second Suu The race of the first class was unusually as it included so many different types of and tlie win for rupoose la one for the compromise It is now a question how Papoose and Shadow will sail in a good and doubtless Bryant will not rest until ho has had the mutter The board of judges included tho regatta committee of thu and embraced tho following gentlemen chair man Frank Hart ford Coolidge Tho success of tho regatta is due to tho efforts ol these KJEPT VJf WITH THIS Tho Suohem Milken u Quick Kun fruin Xoiv Ifiodfnrd to A bia wlilto schooner lay in the liarbor and attracted considerable at It was the famous She luid from Now making the run in Ui kept company with the Baltimore und was only two miles behind her when she an Captain in conversation with iv Maid that thu Huchoin wan SRuiiiK wonderfully well this YACHT AT Tlio Yacht WliUe Wiutcs Comoa Home a Madcap Juno roKatta was sailed this afternoon in Anuistiuam river and Ipswich bay under the auspices of Charles Ciuuilnrfmui ol Aiinis quam hnd iloward Paul pi thn Sundy Bay Ynoht Tho course WIIH from a lino otr thn landing at Squam Point to Plum cove thence to Ipswich outer buoys ami The day was un Ideal one for a there lieimr a wholesail breeze from tho The start was a Hylinr ami wns very Working sails only were Following 3 the summary Nulling Actinil Conijcd Niuwi und Wlilii Docliurty i 00 11 2 40 i la 64 fi ij 08 oii a loon OU 2 23 10 2 Oil 11 08 2 20 28 1 1 04 1 If 30 1 id oa 1 20 4C 1 HO 47 1 21 3B 1 27 40 00 2 in fiO 1 20 88 21306 1 31 The Jmlscs were JunuS Howlett and JIOSTOIV YACHT Two KoKUttas for Cliuiupioii Cupi to bo Hulloil off City The Boston Yacht Ulub will hold two champion cup regattas this tho lirst Juno and the Becond July They will bo held oft City and will bo started at 10 The following regula tions have boon adopted First For sloop yachts mulumrlni S3 leot and snll Inic 30 feet and under 33 may nail In this cliias by eullliiB Lhuiusolvni 33 sulllni Tho prize In this class Is a solid silver champion presented by Vice John Meer A second plizo ut g20 bo Firat For schooneryochta measuring 33 foot and more flallliiK Yachts 30 feel and under 33 feet may sail in this class by culling tucuisolvoii 33 feet sailing Tlio prize In this class la a solid stiver uhumplon ciiji prcflenUHl by AIco CoinmodOiD John A Bucoild nrlze of will le the wellKnown will present each of the llvstolass otip winners a large uhotOKrapb of his us u sneclul 8ecoml For all yachts under 33 milling Tlio prlzfl In this class IH a silver ohaimilon presented by Uonimodoce In a second prize of Should thu regaltii of Jnno 23 dlapose of thu thero will he no raue for tlte second July A yacht must win three races to obtuin a The courses are thu regular courses of thu Boston Ylicht A steamer for the linn of the recatta coiu inlltiO and members of the club will be at India ut 0 oclucU Entries should bo made at the oilico of 18 Post Ollloo until 11 oclock Wednesday Juuo and July The regatta committee is composed of J clialrnum Ueorgo Howe Wcliiuun Tho judges are Thomas Eben Don Ooolulgo THE Juno 17 Indications for 24 hours comnienc 7 Satur June 18 For New fair alight changes in tempera winds generally For east ern New fair except occa sional thunder slight changes in winds generally Temperature Yesterday As indicated by tho thermometer at Thomp sons Spu a a o 7C1 la U 9 18 average taia Price in Each Case Two livening Colonel Taylor ol THE when asked concerning tho report that the Hurald had purchased TUB smiled grimly and said You havout heard tho other per There are two reports about tho One Is that tho Herald has bought TUB GLOHK the other in thut THE GLOBK has bought tho Both are equally1 CUlldjren Cry or Of this week we shall be OPJE2V ALL and shall make prices LOW for all orders re ceived June UNPRECEDENTED Richly and CAIilKJ BARGAINS in 95 to 105 Washington 20 and 22 Brattle GEMS OF ART IX OUIi FINE EXHIBIT HAS NO COMPETITOR IN THIS FURNITURE 48 CANAL SI number than other manufacturer more than FIFTEEN better evidence can be yiven to show their immenae The sole New England dis tributing agents for these Jim cigars are WAITT 53 SuWS Jel2 TO The entire top floor of build ing S3O Washington Suita ble for manufactory or Will be let low if applied far at Address Glebe offre 81 to 01 1 BB art   

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