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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - September 2, 1887, Boston, Massachusetts                                WANTS TEE BOSTON GLOBE last 6000 more than were in any other Boston MORE MORE THS BOSTON GLOBE leads ail FRIDAY SEPTEMBER PRICE TWO Great Sacrifice Sale GENTLEMENS LOW SUMMER In accordance with our wellknown not to carry goods over from one season to weshall offer on FBI DAY MORNING an assorted lot of Gen tlemens Pine Oalf Oxford Ties and Strap also Dongola and Wine and Eusset Goat Oxford at one uniform per These goods will be arranged on and afford an opportunity for bargain hunters seldom as many pairs in this lot originally sold at to MARSH AND Special SaEe IN MAT 1 Bear of Main BOO dozen Childrens Turkish Fez our own at Bold everywhere at MARSH AND COMPANY TAPESTRY A jMlNr i2 Jbvt A The BEST One hundred and twenty patterns to select at Per Standard and something wo can strongly over one hun dred patterns to select at Pei Other qualities at Per We and liavo lioon for the past thirty the IanBest distributors In America rf tlie celebrated ROXBURY We snow In our retail stoclt every pattern mndo ny the Roxbnry as well as many patterns that can be found only with Carpets and 558 560 Washington 30 to 34 Harrison 6t I1U30 HOME FORM Price for this price is for Saturday Our store will be closed Labor HOME FURNITURE COMPANY Entrance to BO3 Washington Wutcr St T and O WILLIAIMS Arrival of This Splendid Pleasure Eventful Vopp from Hasp io lew Yorl Seventeen Persons Taken Off a Wrecked Remarkable Run from Hali fax to Sandy BOLD NEW They Try to Steal From tlio Orand von of u Former NEW Flllmoro grandson of Millard who was president of tho United ves in the Central 1 South Fifth corner of West Fourth He occupies tho first flat on tho ground mid luis it splendidly Ho s proprietor of nuiny retail grocery stores n this and is reputed to be worth at Shortly after W oclock a domestic immod liza Foloy wont into the dining when ho found tho gas turned By tho faint glimmer of an electric light in tlio street ho saw a young man standing near the side She could also see a bag that seemed to o well filled Ivinu on tho Iho jurglar jumped through the open jarryinir with him a silver The with tho WHS joined by another and the twain ran ho girl cried Stop thief and Police man Horlich started in The man vith the pitcher continued down through Woostor und his companion jumped uto tho side door of MoCuos saloon ou tho iouthwest corner of Wooster aud Fourth Both men were captured after a struggle and taken to the Mercer street Thistles Owner Sanguine of the Gutters OLDEST AND KEOPENS For the 47tli TJie COHWB oi study Is iliuruug End and prepares young poople lu earn their own Commer cial Commercial Cor Snort Hunt nud WrltlUB re Ue Aided to Special Three SlonUis Coiirso for those whose Hum ud moans are Catalogue upon Coiner will be at the UUO Wiuhlngum cornerot Beach utter Anpiist to re Wive applications for SiuSJui auJ8 592 WASHINGTON Hayward Students can commence on and after All Unstness Including Shorthand nnd Individually Unequalled tor placing lu Call or send Jot dBullt 1 We have for sale about 300 yards llnest suit Willaell to Applv at once to BOSTON LOAN 27S Washington C ROCHET and Knitting worlt of all kinds done Swlunneld on Nnw steam from arrived In port this morning shortly after G and proceeded to an anchorage off Tompkins just astern of tho Scotch cutter The Mohican passed through quarantine without the usual ut will ba examined As tho magnificent and stately vessel came to anchor within a short distance of he Thistle she was sjreetod with three learty which was responded to by he crew and guests aboard too Jer arrival Teas tho signal for a universal and skyrockets and blue lights were irod from tlio bow and the stern of the The Mohican had on in addition to ier crew of 32 John William Robert George Ballon Cunine and James Tho Clark aio part owners oi the All wore in good health and excellent spirits after their eventful and tempestuous voyage across tho Atlan alter greeting the officers of the Thistle and other personal friends who came alongside in a the company sat down to dinner in their beautiful Tho Mohican Nailed from Laiffs and all during the voyage had stormy and adverse and only on one occasion had sho an opportunity to go at full Captain who commands says that never before did lie experience such weather as was encountered on the iiip Tho on her iirst rescued tho of a and it seems rather a co incidunce that thfi carrying some of the owners of tho should Slitvo 17 Unfortunate Persons from a The series of cyclones anc tornadoes which Captain TimRou dottec down in his loir culminated last Friday in a which was most disastrous to sailing The hark Lillian was mado a complete and wore It not for the timely appearance and courageous coriduc of the Mohicans crew aud passengers hei entire company would have About noon following the hur in latitude longitude a floating about six miles was On approaching nearer human beings could bo Two women were among the The gentlemen and crow were greatly affectid and Clark declared that the poople must bo saved at all A crew and in a few moments a boat was After a dangerous trip of five hours the shipwrecked people wero rescued and comfortably quartered aboarc tho where they wero kindly caret They were all left in After the Mohican started for this port at i oclock Tuesday amic the applause of a concourse of people who had heard of the rescue of the Lillians The trip down was a pleasant and almos uneventful The voyase from Halifax to Sandy Hook occupied about 18 hours which is regarded as quite a quick Tho Mohican was a glorious sight las Sho is considered ono of the nips magnificent steam yachts on tho other side and will compare favorably with any in Amoricnn Sho was designed by G tlio designer of the aut was built by Henderson about two years during which time she ha travelled over nearly tho whole elobe Her dimensions aro 207 feet brondth of 27 and depth of hold 13 Her average speed is about li knots an Sho has three and i schooner Hor cylinders are 18x27x 43 incites in and have a stroke o Tlie yachts measurement is 900 tons She can stow away 180 tons of He interior is largo and and i with every She has nin largo and airy staterooms flttod up in th most improved A fine drawingroon lift is beautifully and provide with a UniIne llio Voyauo Across some of the staterooms wore damaged b the heavy sons which swept the an tho hrmusomo carpets and upholstery wer damaged by the They were at one taKen and will soon be replacec In addition to tlie damasre her poi bulwarks wore stove but otherwise th craft weathered the storm in a splendi Second Mate Chalmers wa knocked down by a heavy sea and had on of his ribs Clark and his friends were in a jub lant frame of mind last and seeme to be greatly encouraged by the report which Captain Uarr gave them of tho sai ins of All were very anxiou to know what tlie Americans think of th Clark said that he woul probably take a spin in tho Thistle today t see how she Clark said that the report thath was to enter tho Mohican in a race wit the American steam yachts or any othe yacht or yachts was The he is not prodigy of All we claim is 13V knots an but wo would bo quite wil ing to challenge any of these fast yacht for a Xluce IMirlnc the Cyclone andhurricano which the Mohican encoun tared during her trip across tho Atlantl Tlie first day out we accomplished 32 on another day and then agai On one day we only made somethm like 40 In conclusion he said that during th Mohicans stay in these waters all liand proposed to have all the pleasure and arouse ment they could possibly They wi 1 spend some time at the lending summe and then so to southern Afte a cruise in tho WestIndies they will retur to Scotland somo time next One of thf most interesting things on th yacht is the dog which was rescued from tbu sinking bark Tho poor beas whined so pitoouslv when the crev woro being taken aboard tha the sympathies of the Mohican men wore and they save him from Clark and th gentleman aboard the yacht took a fancy t and although ho was highly prized b Captain Whitney of the wrecked h parted with the animal as mark of h gratitude to his The Thistle remained at her auchornff Captain Barr came to an First Mate McDonald and 11 members the crew attended the Caledonian Clu tranics at Jones Second Mate Mr Kenzie and tho rest of tho crow remaine in cliaryo of the She will probabl go Bailing today aud every day CAJUL at SI anil 23 HromneM InnulM for SMITH and tljoy will Kill where till office to or where be can be Freed in a Novel some time th authorities have been endeavoring to ferre out the persons eneaged iu illegal Insu A few days since Benjamin Hall t Providence was charge South out rovence was car with carrying on such an illegal busine The court before which tho prisoner ough o appear was not in and owing to 10 tiad feeling existing between tho judge icreof and the officer in charge of to refused to arraign him when roughtinto his presence out of tlie court in went SACOS Frank McNeilly Not Yet Detectives Said to Have a Clew as to His Present His friends Think He Would Commit Suicide Bather Than 11 oclock Detective True said that ho had noth ing to give to the public in regard to tho McNoilly Ho has received the following from Harry JIcNeilly who is in Montreal looking for his brother Arrived hero Hotels nnd depots nil No clue as Shall search I tho city with detectives tomorrow md I leave for homo at Any instructions TENEMENT HOUSE Drunken Gorman Knilcavors to Ex terminate Ilia NHW crazy 51 years ouight to exterminate his consist iig of a n sou and a at their lomo on the upper floor of tho fivestory house 411 West Sixteenth Ho has been drunk a good deal About nine months ugro his wife obtained a separation from Since that time he tag been boarding at 00 East Fourth Chis evening ho came to his wifes mine and wanted to stay all The woman refused him where upon Firschback shot her in the Then he infuriated thinking ho had killed iired at his The bullet passed through the boys When the police arrived the men were in a deadly embrace upon the The old man was quickly disarmed and taken to ho twentieth precinct Both mother and son were removed to the Now York The former is in a critical WAR OF CHURCH All About the CHurcli Closed Acalnst a or 60 men and women gathered in front of the Beth any Baptist Church on Bank street last They formed one of tho factious of the church which has been disputing about ho resignation of Pastor It was regular business meeting but as the pastor was it was announced last Sunday that the meeting would be post This action the opposing faction said could not be and they gathered to carry on tho Tho church was and when a Hamilton gained entrance no was mot by ono of tho ministerial faction and charged with forci bly breaking in upon tho A po liceman was but no ground for arrest could be There was nothing but a war of words among those on the and no serious trouble ONLY THE SKULL ISuxniuic of a TenYearold Child Fourth XHna to living four miles from Valdo had his house burned last night and a little child of 10 years perished In tho Bob and the balance of his family had gone off to a and they left the child asleep in the Only part of the skull of remained Bob suspected a former wife of burning tho und ho had her but as no evidence could bo brought against her she was About four years ago ho had a small child fall into the fire around a wash pot and burn to One year later he had his house and twin infants perished in the About two years ago another infant was smothered to death in Cot a Bill SOUTH discomfited looking young men from bound for were well looked over by the pas sengers on Conductor Thorpes train on the Fitoiiburg road todav One of the young men handed out a bill for two 45cent which the conductor could not but he held on to tho bill until this point was where his two pas sengera had to change when the bill was handed over to Conductor who rushed to Tuttles got tho bill broken up fine and handed over the Ashore on Stone Horse Hassey oi with a cargo of while beating down over the shoals yesterday was carried on Stone Horse shoal G by a strong eastern tide and pounded heavily there being a heavy easterly She was floated by wreckers from Monomoy ai 8 but was leaking so badly that she was run ashore in bend of Handkerchief near where the bark Allen was re ceutly Three Boys Drowned nt boys ranging from 0 to 14 years of wore drowned this afternoon near Wood Islam in the lower Tho oldest was a son of the late Commander Philip U tho others were iiamec and belonged in They were out and their boat upset in the surf on the and they perished before assistance could reach Probable is reported here that the comparatively recently organized Low ell Dracut Railway Company has pur chased of Judge Kennedy of N a majority of the stock of Horse Railway if wil probably result in a consolidation of tho olc and new The officers of the Lowell Dracut road refuse to state the but it is generally Killed While Trying to Board a Tram Torrey aged about a resident of was fatally hurt at Sheldon this He tried to board a moving train and was caught between the cars and tho depot plat His ribs were broken and his shoulder He died soou Buried in Sand and a wellknown Middleboro was dig ging gravel In a pit at Nemaskot Village when the embankment caved in and buried him in the sand and breaking seven breastbone and collar Confession of a Volko vieh or who murdered a fel low Polander named Stanislaw Bolousky on and afterward escaped to Jersey where he was has made a full confession to the Polish Catholic Killed by the Flying man named McCue was run over this afternoon by the Flying Scarboro Beach and was so badly hurt that he died late this Ha was 50 years old and had a bottle of gm in his A Header that May Prove ID years took a header last while riding a bicycle against time at Riverside striking on his face and being ren dored His injuries are thought to be O FBAJTIC Mlastng from with Of course True is not depending on Harrys efforts and it is said that he has received definite information as to the abidingplace of tho True is of the opinion that Frank was the only one concerned in tho robbery and is inclined to discredit the story that he has been solline the but thinks that it is very possi ble that his stealing of the funds of tho bank dates back for some months at least Detective True has left nothing undone that might seem to offer a hope of finding tho If Frank is on tlio American continent he will be hunted A Saco man said tonight that Franki friends now admit that ho has not buer honest in other transactions but they insist that lio had no bail Thoy bo liove that if found ho would shoot hiinnel rather than be taken Detective True declines to tell to wha extent he has succeeded in following down the movements of the defaulter while on his many visits to this If he premeditated tho stealing of tho money andbonds it is possible that ho wa arranging linos of or more prob ably getting tho conductors and trainmei so used to seeing him that he would no be A railroad man sugeested thi evening that McNoilly left the tram at Bank Examiner Richards arrived thi His assistant will arrive in th momma train and a thorough oxaminatio of every detail will be Thcr is no doubt in the minds of the bank officer that President Goodales statement reearcl inc the loss will be vindicated by tho iuves Treasurer Kelly tonight stated that h did not apprehend any run on tho hank Ho paid out today only which i much leas than the average days buoiness All demands presented were oxcop nails from tw9 flopositors for each These were notified to ffivo the notice whiol the law allows before withdrawing deposit of over The bank officers do not charpre the blame against Treasurer and will in no way hold him responsible for the THE COUNTRYS Recapitulation of tlio Statomcn From tne Treasury followini shows the assets and liabilities of the treas ury from the latest returns received from the several assistant mints am assay offices of tho United States am National bank depositories Tho total interest bearing debt is tota debt on which interest has ceased to accru since Recapitula tion of total ilebt tota loss cash items and re servo held for total less available cash net cash in 844 total amount of cash in troas ury available for reduction of 8259 total amount hold for reserve certificates held as cash net cash balance on ham total cash in the treasury as shown by the treasurers general ac interest repaid b companies by transportation balance of interest paid by th United sfnkinafuu VETERANS Fourtli Massachusetts Heavy ArtII lery at Salem and veterans of th Fourth Massachusetts Heavy Artillery hoi their reunion yesterday in Marbleheac Beverly and In the morning the assembled at tho hook and ladder house marching from there to Na 8us There the steamer Thro Brothers was taken for and from Crowells wharf they marched over Beverl bridge to the Brides Street Salem where Captain Wooaiin had provided nice to which about 50 comrade did The otlioers elected for the ensuing yea are Samuel Foss vice pros Barren and Monroe Spaulding W Litrhman Crowley cliai William It was voted t meet on the llth of Loi ters from Samuel Captain Pi Captain Boardman and Grove were Votes of thanks weropassse to past officers and to Comrade Cleaning Out a Custom most importan event of the week was tho unexpecte visit of General Marln to the custom hous for the purpose of ascertaining the rea cause of tho considerable decrease ol served in the proceeds from Till unusual measure gave rise to some excite but tho generals action is liighl commended by the business oommunif Scarcely anything is known by the publi as to the extent of the but all th employes of the custom house wore dig charged and new appointments Denies the prom neut Pennsylvania railroad man denies th truth of the reports that the Pennsylvaui railroad were about to purchase the Bait more Ohio He says 110 ove tures looking to a purchase of the Bait more Ohio have been made by tho Penu sylvauia The Olbers comet which Professor Brooks of o announced as a discovery of h has been shown by Professor Egbert of th Dudley Observatory to be the Olbers come first aeeu by Olbers m Anintereatiu net connected with this discovery la that jout throe years ago an Austrian scientist vestiitatcd the orbit of tho celestial voy and predictor its reappearance lu The comet rises about 2 slicbtly north of und Is visible only It is atprcsent approaching 10 parth and yet when it will become object of the nuked oyo is ncre calculations have been mado only up MELLEPMJOOLIDGE nfounded Rumor of a Hot to Induce Mellen to Seturn to Balti Will Keniain in World tomor ow will print tlio iollowiiiK from Balti Information readied tho World corre hero today in effect that James alias Joiin of who ured conspicuously in tho MollonCool o conspiracy was hero plotting the eturn aud arrest of Adrian Mel A careful inquiry was at once divrs nnd of the ity which Bull would ho liKoly to visit if ic WHS hero wore but no one would limit knowing anything of All dc liod that ho hud bucn seen in Baltimore vilhiu IS City Marshal Frcy and his chief of detec ives denied that Bull wvs in had no knowledge of a scheme for leltiMvs Every other source of information having icon tho reporter went to tlio lames Hotel on Charles wlviuh hos elry Mellon was conducting at tho time of ho conspiracy that caused him to take up its residence in and later m Can Thu hotel is now in clianio of his son 5dward who has superintende t since tho unfortunate affair of two years Kdward Mollin wns found at his desk in The young man said that 10 had heard of nothing in connection with ho case for somo His father is ftill n he where about rom place to He last heard from lim two weeks When asked if he creditedtho charge against his yosingMellon said he did and ho nvor had entertained any such Ho ho that his father mndo a mistake in and tho elder Mellon had himself como to that He would not return through any settlement which Bull or the Boston officers might and 10 would not return until such time as tho truth could bo proved and his innocence positively THE HURRICANES The Fortunn Tovred Into Port After n PerlloiiB Sept victim of last Fridays hurricane was picked up bj a tug off the harbor and arrived here this Friday It wns thu Norwegian bark11 Fortnna Captain 31 days from Cardiff for Sho reports heavy weather tho entire In tlio tremendous gale o tho 20th she was thrown or tier beam ends and remained in that porll ous position some The crew were com polled to out away the mainmast at the deck and tho anc with it was carried away the foremasthead Sho sprung had her bulwark stove and her boats and practi cnljy bocfune a floating Since thon who has boon drifting helplessly about tho Atlantio un til taken in tow by tho tug Several fishermen and small criil arriving bore suffered groat damage am lost name men Fears enter tamed for the safety of many missing yes A bark arrived at Margaret s bay reports having passed a largo quantity o floating deals and spruce Tho schooner Recina of Lahavo arrived horo yesterday with her ensign at hall mast for tho loss of ono of her Josial who full from the main boom over board on Sunday last and was The Kegina has DOO quintals of fish o THE PETITION GruvcHMoFarluiKl Reward Siloed Up for Sovernl Governo and Council today gave a hearing on th petition for tlio pardon of Edwin Reod o now in the Maine State prison for horse The Graves and McFmland reward wa sliced up this A resolution wa passed that none of tho claimants compliec with tho conditions of Governor Kobie and accordingly the amounts wer under the resolution passed by th tho division being as follows Fred Wash ineton county each L Hancock county SIOO apiece Whitney and Tom Allen Bnngor LOO each Herbert Penney who furnished information o Graves Hollanc Calitornia who made the arrest o The next meeting of the Council will b THE MESHES Henry Ivea to Answer AnotUe ClinvBO ot NEW for th second time within the past few weokf Henry Ives will appear at a legal tribu This time it is to answer in an actio Intho United States Circuit brougl by George Bland of this to set asid the issue of the preferred stock of tli Hamilton Daytoti Railroa Bland claims that this stoc was fraudulently and illegally nn that the railroad company received no ben cflt from but that it was used by Ives Co for their own A temporary iujunctio restraining all action tending to validat tho stock was and tomorrow morning at 11 oclock Nelson Waterbur and William as counsel fo will ask the court to make th injunction THE for 24 corn mencing 7 Fr 2 For No Hampshire nnd Ve m o n slight threatenin local rains light to fresh soutl erly veering t southwesterly and in creasing to briak o the For tho rest of Now England aud eastern New slightly warmer fair weather followed by local light to fres southerly veering to in creasing to brisk on the The Temperature Tlie following record shows the change in the temperature for the past 24 hours a indicated by the thermometer at Tliomo sons Spa y B4Ji o 9 m 0 m 0 12 Averauo tern Survived but a Tew Catherin aged CO of this droppe a lighted kerosene lamp tonight at about oclock and was burned to Sue live The blazing window curtains attracted attention to her When th fire wan put out she was found upon th floor horribly burned and In a dyind cor She survived but a tow Looking for His Campbel stablekeeper in Ford let a wol dressed stranger havo a horse and phaeto Tuesday to give a sick lady a drive aboi the Campbell haa not seen h horse Cant Sell Alcohol in the District Cour James a local drug was lined SCO and costs for illegally soilin Tho case was Tims Iltty years Cutler Vosetn Tiuiuutiury Uultfiuu fur thu Htuiidjt oes ISonor to the Veteran Boys in Conieniorates tie Capture oi Fort Eulogizes the Late George swells Statesman Says the Treasury Surplus Should be Reduced by a System of Service linging Speeches by Corporal Tanner and Other Military Slayor Congressman Morse aru Golonel Plymptoa Add The Butler Olnb at dinner I That first of a rousing ccooc time it moans an unlimited feast of rca son and flow of tho gathering together of scores of Now England most brilliant regardless ot al more partisanship and sectarianism for th1 double purpose of paying homage to tin mental genius tho Brand old in whose honor tho club was and o without prejudice and with losri and the burning questions of the bo they political or Tho organization is a young but in the throe short months of its existence i lias shown a lusty and today with its largo and increasing roll of Colonel it has every cause for feelina prat ifled at the unqualified success of his on deavor o honor his political chieftain in hi declining Tho club was formed curly In Juno at tho Revero and it first dinner was held at tho Quinc on tho 18th of that montl Tho forcible speeches mado on that ocoa sion bjf representative men of both partic relative to thn rebel Hag a traeted not only local but national intores Yesterday afternoon tho second dinnc was and the occasion was mado on of complimentary honor to the soldiers o the Grand Army of tlie of con ruemorative celebration of tho anniversai Of tho capture of Fort and of r spectiul tribute to the memory tha 1 inentod George The foreiuo not only oi New but o the country at were and Over S5OO Outfltdo Applications for tickets wero received by Secretary Mitchol By oclock tho reception parlors o the second floor wero filled with dlotii guishod and the ensuing hour wa enjojrably spent in an exchange of soch Baldwins band furnished meat while excellent It was an unusual gathering of notabl Back and in and out o the thev lawyers statesmen and veteran shakiu each other by tho chatting an laughing with a genial freedom that buriet as in oblivion any differenced of party fait there may have existed in tho There was the gallant Brovot MajorGei oral Stephen from the Groe Mountain who has worn the ormm of a judge and the stars of a genera who in the battles of tho Arm of the Gulf led his th Eighth a termed b always by Shoridan conspicuous for its and o which General Butlor No regimen has a bettor There was Corporal James th gallant exponent of soldiers rightf who has DOOII characterized by hi friends as having legs of woo cheek of brass and voice of silver Philander the old Democratic wai horse of collector i customs at Plymouth Past Com mander John Billings of Jan Ely of gallan Dick fire commissioner in peace amaval hero in war Department Coir mander Charles Past Dopar ment Commanders John Adam and George Snnator OSu livan of General William Cogm well of General Adin Undorwooi who with him woiic to tho fron in the Second Massachusetts in Councilman Kiston of Somorvllle James Kemp of South Captol Colonol Jidward Jones Dean of Brocktoi Conant of Colonn Demon of Sheriff Gushing of Mlc Chasa of oxRopre contative Timothy Murphy of Bostoi General Cilloy formerly o Taylor of Worcostei Colonel John Bow chief of tho Brookllne police John editor of the Bosto Commercial Edward Prescott of TH Bnnjnniln Thoma Senior Vice Department Commaudo Bearci John Senator Bushrod Gi man Frank Colone Colonel John Sweeno of Major Georgo Morril Insurance Commissioner of Massachusetts Representative Dexter o Representative 1 RoprosBiitutive John O Representative Young of We Woodward of Bostoi Senator Morseof Norfolk County Kenro sentativo Boardman of Marblehead Hoi George socretar of the treasury ami United Stivtes senator Representative Bailoy of Everett Colons Goorge Ordway of Quincy His Honor Hugh Mayor of Boston Alonzo the former chaplai of tho old Second Massachusetts Infatitn Juptuin Joorgo Twontyslxf Massachusetts Colonol Georgo Ca pont am legislator Hor Leopold General Nicuorsonof Maine Gorgo William Doacon George Wl littm Colonol Albert A Colonel Roland Usher Edward Oolonel Alviu Drinkwator Oilman Ransom Charles Frank Colonel Banjamin Lov Olarke of THE Herman Jcf Britham of Charles John John James Win Major exSurgeon General Dudley of Opombs of Jones of Thomas Robert Taylor of Townsendr Theodore Tem ple of Majoruohn Liuuuhau of New Patrick Thomas Captain Stephen Allen of Darius Dudley Southard of William Ho bell of G Solomon Orowley of Daniel Hagar and There wero present men who hud ren dered gallant service In the aruiiud of the the the Bhenandoah and 10 Gulf men wnoboro evidence of thnlr articipation in tho nations great Jii tlio Empty 10 limping gait and in honorable soars en whoso prematurely told of loir sufferings in the prisons of Anderaon and Belle Isle men bearing aces of tho malarial poison of tho swamps t tho Caroliims and Louisiana non ommtssioned privates and drttm mer hoys of a quarter of ago men middleaged and young rallied In force unite with tho Butlor Club in the ob srvnncoof the anniversary of the capture f Fort and join In Its dinner com Hmontary to the soldiers ot the army of tho arrival of General Butlor was tho for Colonol Mympton introduced him to tho Butler would like o seo you all nnd shako you by tho Jlonso stop this Not a person was and tho turdy exgovernor of tho Bay State had a ordial smile and a pleasant word for every Itwns nearly 3 oclock when the march vas taken up for tho dining tho col mm being headed by the general leaning ii Colonui Ilymptons The banquet was served in the large din ny 1lioro were no decorations bo thn rich array of silver and crystal md tho display of autumnal In front ot Genera Butlers pin to was a loral centrepioco of ferns and bearing in immortelles tho Alonzo late chap ain of tho Second Massachusetts Infantry pronounced the after vhioh tho little army of iBl commenced he attack upon the bountiful At President Ilymptons table were sentnd rMioral Corporal Major General Stove Thomas and Mllcy on tho and Mayor Uoncrcssman exGovernor Boutwell d Quint on the Ueneral ISullor Introduced Amid Orcnt At Colonol Plympton called the com pany to and in tho following which was frequently interrupted with ap introduced General Butler It is my pleasant duty and privilege to welcome to the hospitality ot tho Butlor Club tho repre sentatives of tho soldiers of the army of the Union who houor us with tlioir presimcn on this Organized as our chili is tot no political siirnilicanoo or with no motive save that of anticipating tho iu ovltablo day when all loyal citizens will uiiilo with us in paying tribute to tho matchless ability possessed by General But and the iiiairiiiiicont and patriotic ser vice he has rendered to his it ii in entire accord with this sentiment that wo should welcome bore todav tho reore srmtativos of those whoso noblest monu nml proudest claim for remembrance nnd evor will a restored and rminitcc nnd acitlzftnshiri free and equal foi every whether ho be darkened by equatorial heat or blanched by northern Wo welcome you as tho representatives of thono resrarclloss of audit an swevcd to the buftle call of patriotic ana offered their their as volun tary sacrifice upon the altar of tho AYo remember with prliln and with joy your heroism nnd and uo ronicmhoi with pride and sorrow those who dioi in who laiiKiilBhed in the pi wont up from out tho very jaws of hell ii roliil Wo romomher tho promises which woro made you when left your um uli that was and to suffer and dii that tho Union might Wo remember that thuso promises wero not extovtei as tho prioo uf your hut wer mado us roewill us tributes t your loyalty and Who that listened to tho war speeches o years nsro could havo then believed tha tho day would over come when there couh live a man with soul no dead as to disput or donv tho right of nu old soldier to reasonable support from an overflowing na tioual treasury to enable him t end his days in peace and comfort unde tho flag whoso stripes woro roddonecl with his and stars but for his valor would havo boon obliterated Understand I do not Intend In saying this to make a poivonal or political thore can bo no politics In the mat ter of doing simple In tho redemp tion of sacred pledges given to those who made it possible or black or Confederate or to rejpice together in a common a common nag and a common And this risjhtoous do inund that justice bo and the honor of tho nation bo can never be sat isfied so Ions as a alnzlo hero who over wore the or his wifu or is loft de pendent upon tho cold charity of the alms house for shelter or The demand of the public creditor that the nations honor should bo keot untar nished by tho payment of his in ac cordance with the highest financial stand ard known to even if It did yield to him a threefold return for his and the whole people wero impoverished to that has been satisfied und with a reunited prosperous and popu lous beyond thu wildest dreams of its found with a treasury as tha result of a burden of taxation so linht that nonuiu knows that ho save us he reads tho reports of the national there can bo no patriotic excuse for neglect or de nial of tho petition of those who never fal tered or oven when the scanty measure of their monthly pay was dimin ished more ban onehalf by its payment depreciated that their few re mainliig years maybe freed from the hor ror of and that they may die at surrounded by their friends and kin meet to commemo rate tho anniversary of The Capture of Port Insignificant though this event may in comparison with Gettysburg and Ap yet to those who remember tho depression following the defeat at Bull it will always bo remembered as an eventof great importance in the history of tho Tho loyal spirit of tho North responded wilh patriotic gratitude to General Butler aniLComniodore and the doubt ing Thomases and tho Copperheads slunk back into only to emerge there after as dofeat and disaster alternated with I must not closo without referring to one at whoso Bucgostion wp are met This gutherlm today is the outcome of u reuuest from George who was ono of the first to respond to tho call for the orttuu ization of tho Butlor Little did I think as ho stood before mo in all his manly strength and but a day or two before his final and suggested tho names of those who should bo invited to bo come our that he would bo the first from our membership to bo called True it Death loves a shlnlue and in our friend and comrade Death found onu whose life was resplendent with the glory of his and with his quick response to all of mans better I ask you al to rise and loin in drinking to tho memory of Georteo Thu entire company arose and drank to the memory of the lamented the orchestra meanwhile rendering The Vacant General Butler wossrrooted warm enthuulsm and spoke as follows MEMBERS AND FRIENDS OF THE CLUB I accept your very kind and most courteous I only wish that I were worthy of tho I desire to discuss tho financial condition of tho government and tho people of the United as that ts the great topic of the so far as it affects the prosperity of our country and tiis relations to the people of our govern the drought has dejtroyed many bushels of corn and perhaps many tons o hay but what Is that but a drop In the bucket of the great good ritss ot God to this country in the of productions of tho earth No famine ever anso in this for what is wanting In one part will bo supplied from One of the great moans through which the human race has heretofore been diminished has been This has been entirely obliterated by the transmission of by vessel and Another is and science is fast willing that out The last is nod that will in my be wioed Nor do I think It was the order of nature that It should be wiped As a uepleter of the human race war makes emphatically real the sur vival of the War purifies and does not diminish Tho bays born in the war are bettor men today than those that aro born in theuulet of aud God has so arranged it that while in peaco 8 par more women than mun are born In s per more men arn born than Laughter and It in in the divine order of im Dont be my that I shall trouble you with a linaucial though every theory of tinaiico I have ever had has been accepted by the although I had them 20 years tuo early and I am Laugh MCIALUS Can Federal Officials Attend Conventions resident Cleveland Opposed to nicions Activity in he Euse that May be Practised at the doming Saratoga Sept is consider bletalk here tonight around the hotels tout the attendance of federal officials at ie Pennsylvania Democratic State conven ion The general opinion appears to he that it ill be difficult to prevent officeholders rom going to conventions of their otwitbstandiner the fact that President Cleveland some time ago placed himself on ecord as being opposed to the pernicious ctivity of government officials in It will bo remembered that tho Prefcident lad the district attomes of Louis sus icndod for taking an active interest in arty The was ubsequently reinstated through the per istent efforts of Senator What action the President will take on ho Pennsylvania Democrats who left their desks to take part or to look on at the Allen own convention is not There are very lew prominent Democrats r Republicans in AVashinfrton at those who happen to be hero conld not Speaker Carlisle was not at his and onuressman Grain of Texas did not care to express an The Democrats who hold public offices In lio various wlio were sooken o on the subject were all very anxious not to be It is likely that federal officers will also turn up at tho New York Democratic con vent The chances avo that the vacation ruse will bo and that a quorum of ofhceholdeng can be counted at Saratoga on 21 unless nn administration riot act is read previous to that CHILDREN AND KEYS Ford Trusts a Train Hand and is by Him Betrayed Into NEW Mary Ford oi Locust culled at police head quarters today in search of her three chil who havo been lost since A month ago Fords hus band She became very and finally resolved to Bell her property and come to this where sho had or so to Ireland and make her home with her relatives Two or three days before sho arrived in Jersey City a train hand named Smith made her acquaintance and extended various When she and tho children arrived in Smith took them to a which OUR Ford could not Sho came to New but when she attempted to find the hotel when her children had been left Mho was unable to do Ford has lotit also tho keys md chocks for two hampers and two trunks which sho brought with Tliu inspector sent out a general JautliiUMil nu lutfe Danisorous to tho the morning of July 28 Thomas Hams of Randolph was struck and almost instantly killed a short distance north of tho Holbrook depot by the Flying Dude limited An inquest hassince been held before Associate Justice Grauvillo Pratt of the District Court who has just umde his He finds despite a conflict of tho locomotive whistle and bell wore prop erly sounded previous to tho characterizes tho running of a train at tho high speed or BO miles per hour over an unprotected tiradecrossing and where the view of an approaching train is obstructed by ujidorbrusfi and as a serious danger to the public travelling by Sun Lung Arraicned for tho nineteenyearold negro stabbed by Sun tho on Christian Hist died at this afternoon at the Rhode Island Sun Lung was arraigned this charged with and was sent to the State prison without ISO MISSES EARLY FALL 14 and PRICES i NOTICE The above Jackets ore just HALT Also 150 BOYS to AT 531 and 533 Washington   

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